AlgoSec, the network security management vendor, announced a new integration with the IBM Resilient Incident Response Platform (IRP), enabling organisations to tie security incidents and attacks directly to the business processes that could be impacted. AlgoSec’s integration provides security analysts with the ability to enrich the Resilient IRP with critical business and network context to immediately assess an incident’s potential business impact, and to prioritise and automate remediation efforts accordingly. Benefits of integration The integration helps organisations to streamline and accelerate their IR processes by automating time-consuming security changes Leveraging Resilient’s open application programming interfaces (API), the AlgoSec integration with Resilient allows joint users to: Quickly highlight in the Resilient dashboard which applications are impacted by an incident, and how business-critical those applications are Automatically associate security incidents with the applications, servers, network connectivity flows and security devices impacted by an attack Identify network connectivity to and from compromised servers, such as connectivity to the internet or to sensitive networks Automatically implement change requests to quickly isolate compromised servers from the rest of the network and the public Internet Get key insights to assist with cyber-threat forensics and compliance reporting With this new integration, security analysts can quickly reduce the impact of attacks on the business. The AlgoSec integration for the Resilient IRP helps block attempts at data exfiltration and makes it more difficult for hackers to move laterally within the network from affected servers. The integration helps organisations to streamline and accelerate their IR processes by automating time-consuming security changes and proactively analysing business risk. Linking cyber-attacks to targeted applications The new AlgoSec integration with IBM Resilient enables joint customers to link cyber-attacks directly to the business applications that are being targeted"“SOC teams need to quickly sift through the volumes of complex alerts they receive each day, to identify the attacks that could affect key business processes and take action before they cause disruption and damage,” said Anner Kushnir, VP of Technology at AlgoSec. “The new AlgoSec integration with IBM Resilient enables joint customers to link cyber-attacks directly to the business applications that are being targeted, and then prioritise and automate their remediation efforts based on the attack’s severity and risk to the business – aligning incident response processes with the overall business strategy.” As part of this integration, AlgoSec has extended their offerings on the IBM Security App Exchange, a marketplace where developers across the industry can share applications based on IBM Security technologies. As threats are evolving faster than ever, collaborative development amongst the cyber community will help organiations adapt quickly and speed innovation in the fight against cybercrime.
AlgoSec, a provider of business-driven security policy management solutions, announced it has signed a technology collaboration agreement with Microsoft to offer interoperability between the AlgoSec Security Management Suite and Microsoft Azure Firewall to support central security management. AlgoSec’s new solution will allow an intuitive and effective central management capability for Azure Firewall, Microsoft's new cloud-native, firewall-as-a-service. Azure Firewall customers will be able to consistently manage multiple instances of Azure Firewalls across different regions and multiple Azure accounts. Unified security policy management AlgoSec customers can already manage Azure security controls, enabling unified security policy managementAlgoSec customers can already manage Azure security controls, enabling unified security policy management. The collaboration will extend this capability to a fully integrated solution that offers central management of Azure Firewall alongside Network Security Groups and 3rd party security devices such as virtual firewalls deployed in Azure, security controls of other clouds, and on-premises firewalls and SDN solutions. “As enterprises accelerate their Microsoft Azure adoption strategies, they require a greater ability to manage all the security controls and devices that protect their deployments,” said Anner Kushnir, VP Technology at AlgoSec. “The collaboration will enable enterprises to accelerate their Azure deployments, safe in the knowledge that they have full visibility and control over the security devices that protect their cloud estates.” Monitoring security vulnerabilities The collaboration between AlgoSec and Microsoft will provide customers with end-to-end visibility into their cloud estatesThe collaboration between AlgoSec and Microsoft will provide customers with end-to-end visibility into their cloud estates, pinpointing security risks and misconfigurations while facilitating connectivity troubleshooting and comprehensive security policy management. Prasetha Warrier, Principal Product Manager, Azure Networking at Microsoft Corp. said, “Security, and how it is managed on a continual basis, is a key concern for migrating business applications to the cloud. We are pleased to work with Algosec to provide a central management experience for the Microsoft Azure Firewall alongside all other security controls in our customers’ environments. This enables them to confidently accelerate their Azure deployments and enforce and monitor security vulnerabilities.” The AlgoSec cloud security management solution for Azure Firewall will be available for select customers this quarter and will be publicly available in Q1 ‘19.
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