Securonix, Demisto Partnership Enhances Cyber Threat Response

The partnership comes roughly a month after Securonix announced that it had raised $29 million in Series A funding.

Securonix

Addison-based Securonix and California-based Demisto have announced an integration partnership that will help security operations center analysts better respond to cyber threats.

The partnership will improve analysts’ mean times to detect and to respond to the threats, the companies said in a release.

Securonix is a leading big data security and behavior analytics company, while Demisto in an innovator in security automation and orchestration technology.

“Finding the critical cyber-attacks against your organization is only the first step.”
Nitin Agale

“Finding the critical cyber-attacks against your organization is only the first step,” Nitin Agale, senior vice president of product at Securonix, said in a release. “Quickly taking the necessary data gathering and threat mitigation steps are equally important to prevent massive data breaches.”

Agale said that, “By automating the routine security response actions, security teams can shrink the incident response times, and address a much larger number of threats, thereby reducing overall risk.”

The companies said that security teams struggle with an overwhelming number of alerts that must be triaged, analyzed, and remediated manually.

Security solutions must improve detection rates, reduce false positives, and automate the response actions to curb “alert fatigue” issues while at the same time enhancing and retaining the appropriate context of the alert.

Demisto’s Security Operations Platform paired with Securonix’s SIEM and threat detection solution enriches investigation data with rich user context, activity timelines, and violations, the companies said.

The partnership comes roughly a month after Securonix announced that it had raised $29 million in Series A funding. It will use the money to invest in technology innovation, and expand in domestic and global markets.

The funding round was led by Volition Capital, and Eight Roads Ventures also participated.

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