Independent SOAR platform recognized for helping organizations struggling with alert fatigue, staffing shortages and analyst burnout
Denver, Colo. – (April 2, 2020) – Swimlane, an independent leader in security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR), today announced that Info Security Products Guide (ISPG) named Swimlane’s SOAR platform the Gold winner for the Security Automation category in the 2020 Global Excellence Awards. Swimlane’s platform helps organizations manage the growing volume of alerts more efficiently by automating time-consuming incident response processes. The solution collects security alert data from virtually any security platform with minimal effort and then automatically responds to alerts using automated workflows and playbooks.
“Alert fatigue, burnout and staffing shortages are not a new problem, but they are increasing in frequency as a result of high volumes of extremely mundane work that can easily be automated,” Cody Cornell, Co-Founder and CEO, Swimlane. “Security automation enables creative, inquisitive team members to do more meaningful security work and analysis, strengthening organizations’ overall security posture and use of their resources. We appreciate this recognition from the ISPG awards, which highlights Swimlane’s commitment to helping improve security performance across each individual organization and the security industry as a whole.”
As the only U.S.-based independent SOAR vendor on the market, Swimlane’s SOAR platform differs from other solutions with its open API framework, unified extensibility and enterprise scalability. Swimlane offers quick and seamless integrations with the entire security suite; provides one platform for automation, orchestration, case management, workflow and reporting; and supports high availability, disaster recovery, scalability to meet the needs of MSSPs and the largest enterprises alike. Users of Swimlane are able to fully or partially automate workflows to match organizational policies, as well as track and report on all the metrics and KPIs that drive the execution of the organization’s team and program. Analysts who work in SOCs bolstered by automation solutions like Swimlane’s platform are also more satisfied with their jobs, leading to fewer instances of burnout and less turnover for an organization.
These ISPG awards closely follow the recent recognition for Cornell, who won the 2019 Tech Trailblazer award for Male CxO of the Year category. Swimlane’s leadership team is dedicated to delivering the best SOAR solution on the market, aimed at improving the lives of security analysts and ultimately improving the security and efficiency of an organization. For more information and sample security automation use cases, please visit www.swimlane.com.
Swimlane is the leader in low-code security automation. The Swimlane Turbine platform unifies security operations in-and-beyond the SOC into a single system of record that helps reduce process and data fatigue, while helping security leaders overcome chronic staffing shortages and more easily quantify business value and the efficacy of security operations. Learn more at swimlane.com.