A typical Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) use case is alert handling. As more and more organizations adopt EDR solutions, like those offered by Carbon Black, Syncurity IR-Flow is able to speed up the alert triage process and contain threats.
Leveraging the SentinelOne EPP and Syncurity IR-Flow SOAR Platform, analysts can leverage the pre-execution, on-execution, and post-execution threat convictions and response actions of SentinelOne with the workflow, automation, orchestration, and case management capabilities of the award-winning, patent-pending, Syncurity IR-Flow SOAR Platform. Download the full solution brief and watch the demo to learn more.
Syncurity IR-Flow is the only SOAR platform built by analysts for analysts that takes a “process-first” approach to security orchestration and automation. Syncurity now synchronizes security operations data with ServiceNow’s industry-leading IT ticketing and security system through a certified, two-way, bi-directional integration with ServiceNow Incident Management and ServiceNow SecOps.
Syncurity™ IR-Flow is an agile security operations platform that reduces cyber risk. IR-Flow makes security operations centers (SOCs) more efficient and effective through automation & orchestration of tightly integrated alert and incident response workflows. The solution is designed to deploy rapidly and calibrate easily to create near-immediate value.
The combination of Cisco AMP for Endpoints, Threat Grid and Umbrella provide compelling protection and visibility into your organization’s cyber risk. But adversaries are stealth, and are not always easy to spot. We’ll demo how the Syncurity IR Flow SOAR platform integrates to these key Cisco Security solutions; by checking AMP for Endpoints for presence of a suspicious file, sending the file to Threat Grid for analysis, extracting IOCs from that analysis and updating blocks for URLs in Umbrella, to accelerate the Triage and Containment/Remediation in the SOC.
Vrge Strategies’ VP Adam Benson talks with Syncurity Founder and CSO J.P. Bourget about finding a balance between automation and human workers in cybersecurity.
JP Bourget, Chief Security Officer of Syncurity, provides an overview of the Incident Response Hierarchy of Needs during an interview with CybersecurityTV at the 2017 RSA Conference. Topics also include the hiring challenges and talent shortage within the cybersecurity sector, as well as the value of security automation tools to create efficiencies within the SOC to respond to threats consistently and repeatedly over time.