Read it to find out which SOAR platform is right for you based on its market segments, delivery model and capabilities, as well as its overall product, innovation and market leadership position in the cybersecurity space.
Every security team has its own set of security tools, competencies, common use cases and compliance requirements. One of the few common threads that weaves through all these elements is the steps for responding to a security incident. Demisto, now part of Palo Alto Networks, sponsored a study of security professionals around the world to delve deeper into their challenges across the incident response (IR) lifecycle, the tools they use and the capabilities they feel are missing from their tool stacks.
This white paper talks about how we need to transform threat intelligence by integrating it into an extensible SOAR platform enabling analysts to take full control over their threat intelligence combined with the power of proven SOAR capabilities.
Palo Alto Networks added a marketplace to its security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) platform where customers can browse product integrations, security playbooks, and reports among other “content packs” to help them solve security use cases and protect against threats.
Attend our Webinar to Learn the Basic SOAR Use Cases With booming security alerts, expanding product portfolios, understaffed SOCs, and teams being remote, demands on security professionals are getting higher every day.
Palo Alto Networks Chairman, President and CEO Mark McLaughlin is predicting that 2014 will be the year the company's next-generation firewall hits a "tipping point," moving from revolutionary breakthrough to "mainstream" adoption.
This report provides a deep dive into the XDR landscape, distinguishes between security analytics platforms, SIEM and SOAR; showcases XDR from the operator’s perspective; and offers actionable recommendations for evaluating and implementing an XDR solution.
Cortex™ SOAR is the industry's leading security orchestration, automation and
response platform that unifies case management, automation, real-time
collaboration, and threat intel management to serve security teams across the
Palo Alto Networks this week rolled out the next phase of its Demisto security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) platform, which is now called Cortex XSOAR. Palo Alto Networks acquired Demisto for $560 million in March 2019.
CortexTM XSOAR is a comprehensive security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) platform that unifies case management, automation, real-time collaboration and threat intel management to serve security teams across the incident lifecycle.
The Pokémon Company International needed a solution to help them navigate a fast-moving security environment. This case study highlights how Cortex XSOAR helped improve their security posture to introduce orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) and gave them standardized, automated processes, and the common ‘sheet music’ as the other instruments in their security orchestra kept changing.
Decades of field experience in cyber security operations, outstanding incident response and malware analysis skills, and the world’s most comprehensive XDR and SOAR platform – aiming to reduce your cyber risks through effective, business aligned, 24/7 managed detection and response service, delivered by the alliance of Palo Alto Networks and Subscuto.
Cortex™ XSOAR supercharges MSSP efficiency by unifying case management, automation, real-time collaboration, and native Threat Intel Management in the industry’s first extended security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) offering.
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