Swimlane is at the forefront of the security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) solution market. By automating time-intensive, manual processes and operational workflows and delivering powerful, consolidated analytics, real-time dashboards and reporting from across your security infrastructure, Swimlane maximizes the incident response capabilities of over-burdened and understaffed security operations.
Swimlane was founded to deliver scalable, innovative and flexible security solutions to organizations struggling with alert fatigue, vendor proliferation and chronic staffing shortages. Swimlane is at the forefront of the growing market for security automation and orchestration solutions that automate and organize security processes in repeatable ways to get the most out of available resources and accelerate incident response. The Swimlane solution offers a broad array of features aimed at helping organizations address both simple and complex security activities, from prioritizing alerts to remediating threats and improving performance across the entire operation.
Swimlane is headquartered in Denver, Colorado, with operations throughout North America and Europe.
Swimlane empowers security teams to respond to more alerts faster without adding overhead.
Swimlane’s security automation, orchestration and response (SOAR) platform—with fully integrated, dynamic case management and automated workflows—standardizes and accelerates incident response processes to improve consistency, decrease mean time to resolution (MTTR) and lower operating costs.
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Source: IBM X-Force Threat Intelligence Index 2019
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