Phoenix Cyber achieves Certified Delivery Partner status to leverage the benefits of Swimlane low-code security automation.
Phoenix Cyber – a Swimlane partner – recently announced that they have achieved Certified Delivery Partner status. They also unveiled a new portfolio of advanced services to improve security operations (SecOps) and simplify the process of delivering highly customized security use cases.
Let’s dive into why this partnership offering takes a significant leap toward helping security teams optimize their security automation capabilities.
Introduction to Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response
Security professionals know firsthand how overwhelming it can be to keep up with the constantly evolving landscape of cybersecurity threats. That’s why Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) technology has become such a powerful asset for Security Operations Centers (SOCs) worldwide. SOAR allows security teams to streamline and automate repetitive tasks, freeing up analysts’ valuable time to focus on more complex security issues.
Although SOAR delivers tremendous value to SecOps teams, its usefulness extends beyond that. As processes, stakeholders and technologies continue to evolve, there’s a growing need for adaptable and customizable SOAR use cases.
The Importance of Customized SOAR Use Cases
Customized SOAR use cases are critical for organizations that want to maximize the benefits of SOAR technology. Every organization has unique security needs, and generic SOAR workflows may not be sufficient to address all of their needs adequately.
Customized SOAR use cases allow organizations to create workflows that are tailored to their specific needs, both in and beyond the SOC. This approach can lead to more efficient incident response, improved security posture, and greater overall effectiveness.
How Low-code Security Automation Enables Customization
Low-code security automation has transformed the way security teams approach SecOps. With traditional SOAR use cases, security teams were limited to static playbooks, case management, and incident response workflows, forcing them to conform to vendor-determined processes that were not customizable to customer-specific needs. This placed additional pressure on security administrators as traditional SOAR solutions was unable to keep up with the pace of change within the SOC.
Low-code security automation allows administrators to quickly adapt and modify any aspect of SecOps, from integrating and ingesting information, to enriching data, managing cases and responding to incidents, and even custom visualization for stakeholders.
This approach not only saves time and improves efficiency, but it also reduces the risk of human error. By automating routine tasks, analysts can be confident that every step of the incident response process is being handled correctly and consistently.
About the Swimlane & Phoenix Cyber Partnership
With this changing landscape in mind, it’s important to highlight a significant step forward in Swimlane’s partnership with Phoenix Cyber which continues our commitment to delivering customizable and scalable SOAR.
Swimlane is a leading provider of SOAR technology and offers a platform that simplifies and automates even the most complex SecOps processes. Phoenix Cyber is a cybersecurity consulting firm that specializes in incident response, threat hunting and digital forensics.
Together, we have created a powerful partnership that combines Swimlane’s advanced security automation technology with Phoenix Cyber’s expertise in cybersecurity to deliver a comprehensive portfolio of pre-developed SecOps use cases and customization services.
Through this partnership, customers can leverage the benefits of low-code SOAR while also receiving customized services from cybersecurity experts. Instead of relying solely on a generic SOAR solution, customers now have a technology and services framework that can adapt to their ever-changing environments.
What’s Unique About This Partnership
What sets the Swimlane and Phoenix Cyber partnership apart from other SOAR providers is our commitment to combining low-code security automation and deep cybersecurity expertise to produce highly customizable automation use cases throughout the entire SOC lifecycle.
This approach makes it easier for security teams to easily design, deploy and adapt custom workflows that are tailored to their unique security needs. With Swimlane and Phoenix Cyber’s low-code security automation solution, customers can create custom SOAR use cases that are far more efficient and effective than basic, generic workflows.
ROI Report of Swimlane Turbine
To help companies evaluate the potential financial impact of the potential investment, TAG Cyber conducted an extensive study on the Swimlane Security Automation Solution. This independent study reveals 240% ROI for the Swimlane Turbine security automation platform.