Swimlane and SECUINFRA deepen strategic partnership
Swimlane Inc, a leading provider of low-code security automation, and SECUINFRA GmbH, German cybersecurity specialist, are deepening their partnership. This was announced by Toby van de Grift, Vice President EMEA of Swimlane, and Ramon Weil, Founder & CEO of SECUINFRA, during a working meeting in Frankfurt. This is to better enable SECUINFRA’s customers to automate their IT security processes and thus respond to threats faster and more efficiently. This is achieved through Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR), a method for centrally controlling and automating actions on security-related incidents. This collects real-time security threat data and makes it available to security teams. This gives analysts centralized access to all systems and security tools and allows them to trigger predefined responses either automatically or with a few manual steps.
In such a solution, Swimlane’s platform enables the connection of various applications and already existing SIEM (Security Information and Event Management) systems. In addition, individual processes for each company can be easily created with Swimlane in so-called playbooks. Thanks to the low-code approach, this is achieved without high implementation effort. The teams at Swimlane – in addition to van de Grift, these are Richard Booms, Sales Director, and Guler Basol, Partner Management – and SECUINFRA (in addition to Ramon Weil, Alexander Schaum, Technical Product Lead Swimlane SOAR, and Christina Hatzigeorgiou, Sales Director) are convinced of the benefits of the partnership.
“Our global technology partners are essential to us,” explains Toby van de Grift. “We are delighted that SECUINFRA has joined us as another competent partner who has our fullest confidence. This way, even more companies can benefit from security automation in the future and take their cyber defense to the next level.” Ramon Weil also sees a major benefit for companies: “Through the partnership with Swimlane, our customers now have more options for automating their security processes. Thanks to the innovative low-code framework, this is particularly easy to implement; moreover, in our experience, existing security tools can be integrated very well.”
SECUINFRA was founded in 2010 and is today one of the leading companies in the field of detection, analysis and defense against cyber attacks in Germany. Currently, more than 50 permanently employed cyber defense experts at the Berlin and Frankfurt locations ensure sustainable cyber resilience for their customers around the clock. More about SECUINFRA: secuinfra.com
Swimlane is the leading provider of low-code security automation. The Swimlane Turbine platform unifies security processes inside and outside the SOC into a single system that helps reduce process and data fatigue while helping security leaders overcome chronic staffing shortages and more easily quantify the business value and efficiency of security processes. For more information, visit swimlane.com.