Longwall Security: An MSSP-SOAR Case Study from Siemplify

Hear from U.K.-based MSSP Longwall Security describe how it turns to SOAR from Siemplify to expeditiously close hundreds of thousands of events, literally wowing customers and allowing its security experts to leave the menial work to automation technology as its human experts hunt for threats and respond to active incidents.

3 signs it's time to relook your approach to security operations

Security operations centers monitor and analyze activities on networks, servers, databases, applications, websites, and other systems, looking for anomalous activity that could be indicative of a security incident or compromise. Alert fatigue is a growing concern among information security professionals. If statistics are to be believed, over 79% agree about its negative effects on their teams.


Sitdown with a SOC Star: 11 Questions with SANS Instructor Ryan Chapman

Our “Sitdown with a SOC Star” is back with a bang. This installment catches up with security operations and incident response dynamo Ryan Chapman, who shares passionate and thoughtful stories and views on the field of cybersecurity. Among other things, he pleads for more communication and empathy, champions for increased headcounts and describes why staying social with different teams will come in handy when hell breaks loose.

SOC Quarantine Diaries: Relativity CSO Amanda Fennell

Amanda Fennell, CSO of Relativity, provider of e-discovery software, discusses how her security team led the company’s drive to remote friendliness, the importance of empowering the user during the WFH shift, the process of cutting down on the “white noise” of alerts and efforts made to keep SOC morale high and drama free.

The First Critical Step to Building the Modern SOC

The new Devo eBook, Building the Modern SOC, presents four evolutionary steps for creating a highly automated and efficient security operations center (SOC) that empowers analysts. This is the first in a series of blog posts that will introduce the four steps and highlight some of the most important concepts.


3 Alert Sources That Will Keep Your SOC Busy and Welcome Automation in 2021

With the work-from-home shift showing little signs of letting up and new IT spending habits taking shape, organizations should prepare themselves now for an adjustment in security strategy in 2021. The obvious ramifications of remote work from a security operations perspective has meant an increase in threats, as well as a doubling down of the cloud-first mentality which has helped organizations maintain business as usual and nimbly react to new WFH dynamics. What does 2021 hold?


Siemplify Joins MVISION Marketplace as an Inaugural Member and Preferred SOAR Partner: What This Means for You

From grabbing the latest social media app to landing a vacation rental, the trend of online marketplaces is rapidly accelerating and even reshaping industries. And the reason is simple: These inventory hubs are convenient and improve both the customer – and seller – experience. Not to be left behind, marketplaces have also become fashionable in the competitive security space, as providers seek to deliver integrated experiences across diverse solutions.