With ThreatConnect and RSA, Use Validated Threat Intelligence To Easily Spot Trends and Patterns
September 22 – Arlington, VA – ThreatConnect®, Inc., provider of the leading intelligence-driven defense platform has partnered with RSA to enable users to detect and act on ThreatConnect intelligence in the RSA Netwitness® Suite. The RSA and ThreatConnect integration ensures that validated and actionable intelligence is being sent to the NetWitness Suite by taking aggregated logs and combining them with threat intelligence in the ThreatConnect platform. ThreatConnect CEO Adam Vincent said, “Critical gaps emerge when security teams and tools don’t collaborate or communicate. By making ThreatConnect intelligence data available in the RSA NetWitness Suite, organizations can build processes to identify the most relevant threats, proactively protect their network, and quickly respond to incidents in a measurable way.”
This integration allows organizations to aggregate their internal logs and combine them with validated threat intelligence to easily spot trends or patterns that are out of the ordinary, act on them efficiently, and:
- Provides the necessary context to be able to take action on the indicators
- Enables real-time threat analysis and indicator correlation
- Automates the detection of advanced threats
- Ensures that organizations are sending validated threat intelligence to RSA
ThreatConnect® unites cybersecurity people, processes and technologies behind a cohesive intelligence-driven defense. Built for security teams at all maturity levels, the ThreatConnect platform enables organizations to benefit from their collective knowledge and talents; develop security processes; and leverage their existing technologies to identify, protect and respond to threats in a measurable way. More than 1,200 companies and agencies worldwide use ThreatConnect to maximize the value of their security technology investments, combat the fragmentation of their security organizations, and enhance their infrastructure with relevant threat intelligence. To learn more about ThreatConnect, visit: www.threatconnect.com.