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Swimlane launches version 3.0 of security orchestration, automation and response platform

Platform offers expanded security orchestration, automation and response capabilities as well as enhanced partner integration

DENVER, Colo. - (April 17, 2018) — Swimlane—a leader in security automation and orchestration (SAO)—announced today the launch of Swimlane 3.0, a security operations management platform focused on empowering enterprises and government agencies with data-driven automation and orchestration for incident response and improved security operations (SecOps).

The next-generation platform delivers a number of impressive new features for improved integration, power and flexibility. Swimlane quickly and easily adapts to meet the unique requirements of any enterprise, accelerating time-to-value and delivering powerful collaborative capabilities.

“The average organization faces about 10,000 security alarms every day,” said Swimlane CEO and Co-Founder Cody Cornell. “The sheer complexity and significant volume of alarms often overwhelms analysts tasked with responding to and stopping them. Current incident response processes are inefficient and difficult to learn, which frequently leads to unresolved or unseen alerts. We’re simplifying the process for clients to accelerate use case adoption, streamline the integration process, and create and share content—allowing for a more robust security program overall.”

Swimlane 3.0 allows security teams to create and share integrated content more quickly and easily than ever before using Swimlane's Applets. These reusable building blocks contain organizational intelligence that allows teams to dramatically speed up use case adoption with simple drag-and-drop deployment. Predictive orchestration mapping accelerates and streamlines the process of integration so that plugging new technologies and capabilities into an environment is virtually seamless. With Applets, new use case-specific applications can be rapidly deployed to address an infinite number of incident response scenarios.

With free access to Swimlane-created content and a platform for security professionals to create and share their own content, AppHub offers a growing inventory of resources that continually evolves to counter the constantly expanding landscape of cyberthreats. In addition to AppHub, Swimlane is introducing the SecOps Hub: an open-ended, vendor-neutral idea exchange, establishing an outlet for security professionals to share ideas about incident response processes, preferred security tools and specific threat management strategies.

“The immensity of today’s collection of cyberthreats highlights the importance of true security,” Cornell said. “With Swimlane 3.0, AppHub and SecOps Hub, your team now has access to the necessary tools, resources and collective expertise to stay ahead of your competition. The ability to create, collaborate on, share and implement content allows SecOps teams to move beyond the platform and reach the next level of security.”

About Swimlane

Swimlane is at the forefront of the growing market of security automation, orchestration and response (SOAR) solutions and was founded to deliver scalable and flexible security solutions to organizations struggling with alert fatigue, vendor proliferation and chronic staffing shortages. Swimlane’s solution helps organizations address all security operations (SecOps) needs, including prioritizing alerts, orchestrating tools and automating the remediation of threats—improving performance across the entire organization. Swimlane is headquartered in Denver, Colorado with operations throughout North America and Europe. For more information, visit www.Swimlane.com.

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