Swimlane Announced RSA Interoperability
December 29, 2017
Fraud and identity issues run rampant around the globe. Nefarious actors are having their way, and it is driving businesses of all shapes and sizes to hone in on security precautions in place. One instance is enough to ruin a company’s reputation, a person’s credit and that’s only the beginning. Governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) are three areas that add up to precautionary measures to protect your business, and its customers.
This week, security automation and orchestration provider Swimlane announced interoperability with the RSA (News - Alert) Archer Suite. This will enable customers to more efficiently and effectively track and report GRC-related activity in an automated fashion.
With Swimlane, businesses see an API-first architecture, with comprehensive out of the box integrations and templates to aid in rapidly mobilizing security efforts. It effectively optimizes current resources through creating automated, real-time workflows.
In addition, the integration signals new analytics, key performance reporting and real-time dashboards for users. And, in doing minimizes burden on security personnel and greatly improves incident response capability.
The RSA Archer Suite works swimmingly with the Swimlane offering, as the pairing promises improved visibility and control to ensure compliance demands are met. The RSA solution suite aims at supporting enterprise GRC with a tailored approach, and Swimlane enables instant access to pertinent GRC data.
"Swimlane is committed to improving cybersecurity threat response capabilities and lowering incident response times by creating interoperability with the RSA Archer® Suite," said Cody Cornell, CEO and Founder of Swimlane. "The partnership between RSA and Swimlane will help centralize GRC activities and reporting across all platforms. By automating the workflow and response, Swimlane will help RSA Archer® customers respond faster and more consistently to compliance-mandated incident response processes."
Regardless of what the threat is comprised of, security efforts must be comprehensive. Fraud and identity issues are no laughing matter; GRC maintains a means of guidance to ensure the appropriate actions are in motion.
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Edited by Mandi Nowitz
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