S2W | January 03, 2022
Data Intelligence company S2W announced that INTERPOL has recently signed a contribution agreement introducing S2W's cyber threat intelligence (CTI) solution "S2-XARVIS ENTERPRISE" to strengthen its ability to analyze new cyber threats such as dark web and ransomware.
S2W has been supporting INTERPOL to identify and prevent "third-world dark web crimes" as part of its "binding the gap among member countries for a safer world," and recently conducted international ransomware organization arrest operation such as Revil, Cl0p, and GandCrab.
"INTERPOL is strengthening the use of advanced information and communication technologies such as artificial intelligence and big data and expects that the introduction of S2W's cyber threat intelligence (CTI) solution – S2 XARVIS Enterprise will directly help to prevent nationwide cybercrime through real-time threat detection and dark web/deep web coverage,"
Robert Han, Head of Global Business of S2W
Sangduk Suh, CEO of S2W said "We are focusing on providing services to institutions and companies so that we can build a strong security environment using threat intelligence (TI) information, and through this, we will contribute to eradicating international cybercrime."
S2W is a Data Intelligence company, established in 2018, that extracts and provides actionable intelligences optimized for each client's needs from numerous data.
Specialized intelligence provided by S2W can cover multiple industries with its unique data collection and big data analysis for the Dark Web and Deep Web.
S2W solutions protect clients from various cyber threats and data leakage, such as personal information, financial information, confidential information within organizations through top-notch data collection and detection technologies.
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NetWitness | June 08, 2022
NetWitness, a globally trusted provider of cybersecurity technologies and incident response, today announced NetWitness XDR, a family of products and capabilities delivering comprehensive detection and response on premise, in the cloud or as a hybrid of the two. This new offering and product architecture delivers the full range of deployment options enterprises seek today to meet their unique cybersecurity needs and use cases.
NetWitness XDR delivers a robust set of capabilities enabling extended detection and response (XDR) and helping customers stay ahead of the most sophisticated cyber threats. These include:
Unified collection, data, and visibility across multiple security layers
Automatic enrichment of data using any technical or business source
A wide toolset of detection technologies including, but not limited to, advanced behavioral analysis
External and internal threat intelligence to identify known security risks and threat actors
Truly insightful context, visualization, and investigation tools
Threat hunting tools and methodologies to identify previously unknown threats
Highly repeatable and measurable incident investigation and response processes
A strong array of both automated and human response options
“NetWitness has enjoyed the trust of some of the world’s most security sensitive organizations because of its unique ability to monitor the entire attack surface across the network, endpoint, cloud, IoT, logs and more,” said CEO of RSA and NetWitness, Rohit Ghai. “We have been delivering XDR capability to the market for several years and today we are delighted to announce new innovations in the platform and reintroduce it to the market as NetWitness XDR.”
Under this new model, NetWitness XDR will be comprised of three main product lines that showcase its uniquely powerful support for all XDR use cases. NetWitness Platform XDR 12 is the newest major release of NetWitness Platform. This technology stack, typically deployed as customer-managed software or hosted by MSSPs, has been enhanced to focus on detection capabilities that identify threats faster and decrease their impact. The company’s new cloud-native SaaS version will be known as NetWitness Vision XDR and is currently in design preview. The third product line, NetWitness XDR Cloud Services, is a set of optional SaaS applications that take advantage of the cloud’s inherent elastic nature to deliver flexible and cost-effective components which can be used to augment either Platform XDR or Vision XDR.
“Our network-forward approach allows us to stand out in this emerging space and highlights NetWitness XDR’s ability to detect across customers’ growing number of systems and devices. “We are embracing the belief that the best XDR must be consumable on prem, in the cloud, and hybrid.”
Director of Product Management and Research, Kevin Bowers
Developed initially in 1996, NetWitness began as a government-sponsored research project to inspect network packets for cyberthreats and tools to detect and respond to them. Since then, the technology has continuously evolved and been innovated to tackle today’s most complex attacks. NetWitness now features fully integrated components for network, log, endpoint and IoT detection and response that drive its threat intelligence and security orchestration platform, NetWitness Orchestrator. With its long history and global footprint, NetWitness XDR integrates directly with the world’s most critical and widely deployed tools, as well as many specialized and industry-specific solutions.
NetWitness XDR will host demonstrations at its booth at RSA Conference this year for Platform XDR and Vision XDR.
NetWitness, an RSA® Group Business, provides comprehensive and highly scalable threat detection and response capabilities for organizations around the world. The NetWitness Platform delivers complete visibility combined with applied threat intelligence and user behavior analytics to detect, prioritize, investigate threats, and automate response. This empowers security analysts to be more efficient and stay ahead of business-impacting threats.
SecurityScorecard | June 23, 2022
SecurityScorecard, the global leader in cybersecurity ratings announced today that it has joined Snowflake's Partner Network, enabling mutual customers to gain instant visibility into their own security posture and that of their third and fourth party software vendors.
Catching Third-Party Risks Early
Snowflake customers now have access to "call" security data within Snowflake, gaining direct access to SecurityScorecard Ratings data that can be correlated with various systems and processes including third party risk, identity and access and IT asset management to catch potential security risks early and create a unified view.
"CISOs need to know the scale and scope of their cyber environment and that includes third and fourth-party vendors that can pose substantial risks to their organization," said Alex Rich, Vice President of Alliances at SecurityScorecard. "The insights gleaned from continuous monitoring with SecurityScorecard ratings data helps Snowflake data cloud customers get a broad view into their Third Party Risk Management, supply chain management, and business intelligence applications with continuous cybersecurity data."
SecurityScorecard collects and analyzes global threat signals that give organizations instant visibility into the security posture of vendors and business partners as well as the capability to do a self-assessment of their own security posture. The technology continuously monitors 10 groups of risk factors to instantly deliver an easy-to-understand A-F rating.
The Snowflake Partner Network unlocks the potential of the Data Cloud with a broad array of tools and partners. Certified partnerships and integrations enable customers to leverage Snowflake's flexibility, performance, and ease of use to deliver more meaningful data insights.
"With SecurityScorecard on the Snowflake Data Marketplace - organizations can now access and use robust vendor risk data directly in their Snowflake account. "Joint customers of Snowflake and SecurityScorecard can now easily combine, enrich, and contextualize vendor risk data with procurement, legal, IT, compliance, and security data, systems, and processes, accelerating the modern CIO and CISO's priority of data-driven, risk-based, and automated security and compliance."
Joshua McKibben, Director Security Compliance & Risk Management at Snowflake
"Our partnership with SecurityScorecard is delivering customers the detailed cybersecurity ratings data they need to refine and enrich data around numerous different use cases," said Tarik Dwiek, Head of Technology Alliances at Snowflake. "From third party risk and M&A due diligence, to cyber insurance, SecurityScorecard and Snowflake are helping global enterprises better manage their third-party risk management programs."
Funded by world-class investors including Evolution Equity Partners, Silver Lake Waterman, Sequoia Capital, GV, Riverwood Capital, and others, SecurityScorecard is the global leader in cybersecurity ratings with more than 12 million companies continuously rated. Founded in 2013 by security and risk experts Dr. Aleksandr Yampolskiy and Sam Kassoumeh, SecurityScorecard's patented rating technology is used by over 30,000 organizations for enterprise risk management, third-party risk management, board reporting, due diligence, cyber insurance underwriting, and regulatory oversight.
Swimlane | April 19, 2022
Swimlane, the leader in low-code security automation, today announced the general availability of Swimlane Cloud in the Asia-Pacific Japan (APJ) region. This deployment is further evidence of Swimlane’s continued commitment to empowering APJ customers to enable new use cases previously not possible with traditional security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR). This includes unlocking the use of automation beyond the SOC, where Swimlane serves as the system-of-record for the entire security organization.
Meeting the APJ Staffing Shortage Head-On with Swimlane Cloud
The APJ region faces a significant cybersecurity talent shortage with an estimated 2.045 million open cybersecurity roles, accounting for 66% of the total global shortage, signaling the struggle to find qualified, skilled professionals to handle increasing security alerts. Without automation, these overburdened security administrators must manually perform repetitive and time-consuming tasks needed to track, mitigate and resolve security events across multiple security platforms. Despite significant time investments, security teams cannot realistically analyze and adequately prioritize security alerts and events at the rate necessary to protect networks.
“In order to mature our security operations, we knew it was necessary to advance how we monitor and respond to threat intelligence by taking a more proactive approach to security operations,” said Tanajak Watanakij, CISO, R V Connex. “With our existing talent pool, we turned to Swimlane’s low-code security automation offering to create a centralized system of record for our Security Operations Center (SOC) and remove dependencies on a host of manual processes. Swimlane’s interactive dashboards and automated, easily customizable workflows reduced our mean time to respond and ultimately helped us ensure continuous compliance and prevent breaches across the entire R V Connex Corporation and our MSSP customers.”
“Security teams across APJ need solutions that reduce the manual operations needed to respond to security threats and speed up incident response. We are a customer-focused company with a powerful platform for helping companies ease the burden security teams face daily. Swimlane is fully dedicated to supporting the region’s ongoing cybersecurity challenges through the adoption of low-code security automation.”
Johan Wikenstedt, Vice President of Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) for Swimlane
Demand for Low-Code Automation Continues to Climb
Swimlane’s current product initiatives in APJ continue to drive regional market traction highlighted by:
173% revenue growth of regional presence in the past four months, with more than 7x revenue growth in the past 6 months.
142% growth of regional employee headcount in the past six months.
New sales offices established in Australia, Malaysia and South Korea.
Net-new customer adoption in Australia, Bangladesh, India, Japan, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and New Zealand.
Vertical expansion of customer adoption across banking, technology, financial services, government, MSSP, and manufacturing industries.
8 new go-to-market partners established in the region.
Lumen Technologies turned to Swimlane after experiencing a rapid period of growth that challenged the company’s security team to capacity. Swimlane’s low-code security automation platform allowed the organization to maintain the integrity of its security operations and quickly adapt to business growth across its SecOps infrastructure. Within the first quarter of implementing the solution, Lumen achieved a 30% automation level. Today, 70% of security events hitting the Security Operations Center (SOC) can be fully automated without human intervention.
“Swimlane was a partner from the start, helping us ensure the solution was easy to manage and operate and providing technical support whenever we needed,” said Wai Kit Cheah, Director of the Security Practice at Lumen Technologies. “With Swimlane’s robust automation engine, events can be processed from any source, enabling our security team to integrate security automation with user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) and third-party threat intelligence feeds. This allowed us to achieve a holistic look at our ecosystem and has quickly made Swimlane’s platform an essential component of our SOC.”
Swimlane Medley Partner Program Expands to Malaysia
Swimlane has invested significantly in Malaysia due to the region’s robust national cybersecurity strategy and world-class talent. As part of its growth in the region, Swimlane recently announced a partnership with CyberSecurity Malaysia, the national cyber security specialist agency under the purview of the Ministry of Communications and Multimedia Malaysia (KKMM), to assist the organization on its mission to build a more resilient cyber ecosystem throughout Malaysia.
“Our strategic partnership with Swimlane comes at an exciting time for CyberSecurity Malaysia as we seek to elevate a strategic cybersecurity vision for the region,” said Dato’ Ts. Dr. Haji Amirudin Abdul Wahab, CEO of CyberSecurity Malaysia. “Together, Swimlane and Cybersecurity Malaysia will leverage our combined experience, capabilities, and products to deliver innovative cybersecurity solutions across Malaysia and ensure companies in the region have access to the world’s most-capable low-code automation technology to safeguard their networks and data.”
Join Swimlane at the SecOps Automation Summit 2022
Swimlane will hold the SecOps Automation Summit 2022 in South Korea, Malaysia and Australia in late April and early May. Presenters include Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer Cody Cornell and other members of the Swimlane team, along with various current partners and customers, to explore new and future innovations in the dynamic field of security automation.
To learn more about the summit and Swimlane’s expansion in the APJ region, visit https://swimlane.com/swimlane-helps-address-asia-pacifics-security-skills-shortage.
Swimlane is the leader in cloud-scale, low-code security automation. Supporting use cases beyond SOAR, Swimlane improves the ease with which security teams can overcome process and data fatigue, as well as chronic staffing shortages. Swimlane unlocks the potential of automation beyond the SOC by delivering a low-code platform that serves as the system-of-record for the entire security organization and enables anyone within the organization to contribute their knowledge and expertise to the protection of the organization.