ARIA integrates SDS solution with Sumo Logic To Counter Network-Borne Attacks

  • ARIA Cybersecurity Solution delivers a software defined approach for improved cyberattack incident response.

  • The ARIA™ Software-Defined Security (SDS) solution was engineered to work seamlessly with other security tools.

  • Customers will greatly benefit from the real-time security intelligence and insights derived from the metadata traffic provided by ARIA to get deep visibility needed to preemptively stop network borne attacks.

Aria Cybersecurity Solutions has announced an integration with Sumo Logic to provide security teams with cloud-native, real-time security intelligence and insights to help stop network-borne threats, including those involving Internet of Things (IoT) devices, without interfering with business operations.


ARIA Cybersecurity Solution delivers a software-defined approach for improved cyber attack incident response, including threat detection, investigation containment, and proactive asset protection.


This integration with ARIA is another way we are helping enterprise security teams leverage the power of continuous intelligence to accelerate their investigative processes which is vital to keep pace in a world of rapidly evolving threats. Our joint customers will greatly benefit from the real-time security intelligence and insights derived from the metadata traffic provided by ARIA to get deep visibility needed to preemptively stop network borne attacks.

- John Coyle, Vice President (Business Development), Sumo Logic.

Sumo Logic, the leader in continuous intelligence, enables organizations of all sizes to address the data challenges and opportunities presented by digital transformation, modern applications, and cloud computing.


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The ARIA™ Software-Defined Security (SDS) solution was engineered to work seamlessly with other security tools, such as Sumo Logic’s Continuous Intelligence Platform, through open, RESTful APIs.


The integration with the Sumo Logic Continuous Intelligence Platform is a win-win for both of our organizations. Sumo customers are data savvy and those in cybersecurity are especially keen on leveraging internal network data to strengthen their security posture. The ARIA SDS solution is the perfect complement to Sumo as the improved network visibility naturally leads to better threat search queries and dashboards needed to identify and stop the cyberattacks that do the most harm.

- William Bent, VP Cybersecurity Product Management

The ARIA SDS Packet Intelligence application feeds NetFlow metadata from every packet to Sumo Logic, including traffic from usually overlooked internal network east-west paths. Once this enriched data is available in Sumo Logic, security professionals can quickly create queries to generate more accurate, comprehensive, and actionable dashboards. This information enables them to conduct real-time ransomware, malware, ATP and other intrusion investigation and take action to contain and stop threats before significant harm is done.


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