SPECTRAMI introduces Swimlane’s SOAR solution to the region

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Leading regional value-added distributor, SPECTRAMI today announced that it has partnered with Swimlane, a leader in Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR), that allows security personnel to automate the process of monitoring security risks in a live environment and respond to them in real time based to reduce exposure time to any security issue.

Swimlane’s SOAR solution allows real time notification, and automation of first response to known security threats, while providing easy isolation for unknown threats. Organisations have hundreds and thousands of endpoints generating alarms every day, and without automation, manually investigating these alarms, is time consuming – which is where SOAR automates the process to identify false-positives, and levels of risk, and their solutions.

Anand Choudha, CEO, SPECTRAMI said, “We understand the needs of our customers, and this partnership with Swimlane is our dedication to delivering the perfect solution to address these needs. With Swimlane we are now in the possession of one of the best monitoring, automation, and an incredibly reliable and quick first response to any security incident with the enterprise space. We believe this association only brings more depth and value to our portfolio, while giving Swimlane access to a burgeoning market.”

“Swimlane is committed to increasing the speed of cybersecurity threat response industry-wide,” said Swimlane CEO Cody Cornell. “Collaborative efforts, such as our partnership with Spectrami, helps us realize this mission while bolstering the strength of the entire security community.”


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