Advanced attacks are more sophisticated than ever, evolving rapidly to infect your network with customized malware that evades detection by traditional security tools. Reliance on prevention-based tools can leave your network vulnerable to zero-day and advanced malware attacks as they bypass the perimeter and proceed to operate undetected. Compounding this risk is the shortage of trained security personnel required to keep up with the volume of threats targeting your network. Many companies also face the added burden of meeting stringent compliance requirements. This requires that they track and report on GRC-related activities, adding additional workload to already overburdened security staff.
Swimlane is a security automation and orchestration platform that centralizes an organization’s security alerts, automates resolution, and dynamically produces metrics-based dashboards and reports. Using software-defined security (SDSec) methods and security orchestration, Swimlane automatically responds to alerts, automates the implementation of security controls, and protects the organization from future attacks—all at machine speeds.
The integration between Swimlane and RSA Archer® delivers the visibility and control needed to combat advanced attacks and meet compliance requirements faster and more efficiently. This is done via integrated automation and orchestration that aligns GRC-specific activities with broader incident response processes. Swimlane can retrieve GRC specific incident response data directly from RSA Archer to update ongoing cases. It can also update records within RSA Archer to ensure that compliance-related security activities are tracked and mapped to required regulations for suture auditing and reporting.
Swimlane integration with RSA Archer enables organizations to:
Centralize GRC-related activities and reporting across all security platforms
Expedite compliance-related activities through automated incident response playbooks
Ensure that incident response activities are mapped to specific GRC requirements