Siemplify

New York City, NY, USA
2015
Apr 12, 2022   |  By Dan Kaplan
Of all the cybersecurity disciplines, one is uniquely and intrinsically connected to the human being: security operations. The success of the modern security operations center, despite the infusion of automation, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, remains heavily dependent on people. This is largely due to the vast amounts of data a SOC must ingest – a product of an attack surface ceaselessly expanding in the age of professionalized cybercrime and the borderless enterprise.
Mar 17, 2022   |  By Dan Kaplan
Cloud adoption is growing at astonishing rates, and more than 90 percent of organizations are now operating a multi-cloud strategy. While data protection concerns are obviously not restraining cloud adoption, seven out of ten businesses remain concerned about covering all of their security blind spots.
Feb 24, 2022   |  By Dan Kaplan
As if your detection and response efforts needed any more reminding, the tenuous state of geopolitics has left many security operations teams anxiously anticipating an uptick in attacks targeting Western interests. And, by the way, that everyday stuff, including vulnerabilities, banking Trojans (hello, Emotet!) and phishing attacks, are still running rampant.
Jan 11, 2022   |  By Chris Crowley
Security operations centers (SOCs) exist to deliver sustained monitoring and response capabilities. Staff members are a core pillar of this mission. Each SOC should have clearly articulated roles and levels for its personnel. This helps to establish fair practices for hiring, training, promotion, compensation and performance expectations.
Jan 4, 2022   |  By Amos Stern
Today, I am excited and proud to announce that Siemplify has been acquired by Google. This marks an important milestone in the Siemplify journey. When co-founders Alon Cohen and Garry Fatakhov and I started Siemplify in 2015, we all knew, from our experience building and training security operations centers from around the world, that security operations was a function in dire need of innovation.
Dec 23, 2021   |  By Dan Kaplan
Our “holiday” edition of Sitdown gives you the gift of Todd Pigram, who began his IT career in the late 1990s as a laptop repairman. His lengthy tenure in the IT space has truly come full circle, as his role now involves helping to protect those popular endpoints, especially vulnerable in the era of heavy remote work.
Dec 14, 2021   |  By Dan Kaplan
For security professionals, 2021 will conclude with them racing to respond to one of the most grave internet vulnerabilities in recent memory. The Log4Shell vulnerability, an input-validation flaw in the omnipresent Apache logging library Log4j and disclosed by the open-source company on Thursday, exposes “the world’s most popular applications and services” to remote code execution.
Dec 8, 2021   |  By Dan Kaplan
Within the security operations center, visibility is everything. Being aware of the details of users, assets, known threats, and specific vulnerabilities present across security, network, server, application and database sources allows security operations teams to act quickly and decisively to address possible risks.
Dec 2, 2021   |  By Dan Kaplan
John DePalma, winner of the 2021 Security Engineer of the Year Award at the inaugural SOCstock Awards, joined the hot seat for another edition of “Sitdown With a SOC Star.” DePalma, a security engineer at Sentara Healthcare, describes himself as an “IT security enthusias,t” and after reading this interview, you’ll realize his fondness for protecting things transcends his professional career.
Nov 23, 2021   |  By Dan Kaplan
The allure of the cloud is indisputable. Flexibility, reliability, efficiency, scalability and cost savings are tantalizing traits for a business at any time, never mind when most have been catapulted into a colossal work-from-home experiment. According to O’Reilly’s annual cloud adoption survey, nine out of 10 businesses now use cloud computing, with nearly half planning to migrate more than 50 percent of their applications into the cloud in the upcoming year.
May 16, 2022   |  By Siemplify
Ideas and behaviors are changing. A new model is emerging and the traditional way of operating your SOC is quickly becoming a thing of the past. The latest release of the Siemplify (now part of Google Cloud) Security Operations Platform has answered the call, propelling security operations to the “anywhere operations” era, where you can operate at scale – no matter where your security team is, at any time and in any capacity; automate workflows and free up your team to do more strategic work; and accelerate processes to drive more effective and timely response..
May 16, 2022   |  By Siemplify
Siemplify, now part of Google Cloud, is on a mission to re-envision managed security operations. Typical SOC challenges haven’t changed much over the years, it’s still the same familiar list – growing attack volumes, higher levels of threat sophistication, analyst skills and hiring gaps, and the need to quickly adapt. And despite best efforts, traditional, on-premises, siloed, in-house SOC models haven’t yet been able to break the code on how to solve these challenges.
May 16, 2022   |  By Siemplify
Siemplify, now part of Google Cloud, has completely revamped its SOAR platform to set you up with the building blocks you need – cloud infrastructure, automation, collaboration, and analytics – to take your response to the next level. As this promo reel shows, the Siemplify Security Operations Platform delivers relevant and impactful information front and center, improves collaboration among teams, makes building playbooks easier than ever before, and enables continuous investigation between Google Chronicle and Siemplify.
May 11, 2022   |  By Siemplify
Sign up and access our Siemplify SOAR Community Cloud edition for free! Start SOARing today with nothing to install, pre-packaged use cases, hundreds of out-of-the-box integrations, and more.
Feb 5, 2022   |  By Siemplify
Talion, a U.K.-based MSSP, was operating multiple SIEM environments, facing alert overload, skills deficits and burned-out analysts. Here is the story how the Siemplify Security Operation Platform provided Talion with not only a way to counter an unsustainable caseload but also advanced capabilities that have allowed Talion to grow revenue through new offerings to clients, including collaboration and the ability to respond to alerts "on the fly."
Nov 22, 2021   |  By Siemplify
Unlike other SOAR platforms, Siemplify doesn't compete with your existing tools, so we don’t play favorites. Our independent security operations platform integrates with hundreds of security and IT tools, and never plays favorites. Find out from Gal why independence is always a safer prospect.
Nov 1, 2021   |  By Siemplify
Take a tour of the Siemplify Security Operations Platform, which sets you up with the building blocks you need to think beyond the traditional SOC and move into an anywhere operations mindset.
Oct 23, 2021   |  By Siemplify
U.K.-based MSSP Longwall Security turned to SOAR from Siemplify to expeditiously close hundreds of thousands of alerts and events, literally wowing customers and allowing its security experts to leave the menial work of to automation technology as its human experts hunt for threats and respond to active incidents. The Siemplify Security Operations Platform allows Longwall to outrival some of its largest competitors, even without a glamorous SOC and round-the-clock eyes on glass. Watch two of Longwall’s leaders tell their story.
Oct 23, 2021   |  By Siemplify
Chicago-based Entara, an MSSP that focuses on breach remediation, is one of Siemplify’s most unique SOAR customers because of the way it creatively uses the Siemplify API to build and operate a security platform in a completely custom way.
Oct 4, 2021   |  By Siemplify
Some things are just better together. Peanut butter and jelly. Beavis and Butthead. Security orchestration, automation & response (SOAR) and threat intelligence (TIP) platforms. But don’t settle for a good SOAR with a basic TIP, or a good TIP with a basic SOAR. Siemplify ThreatFuse, combines best-in-class SOAR and best-in-class TIP.
Aug 27, 2021   |  By Siemplify
Security operations is at a critical juncture. Years of digital modernization, adversarial advancement and enduring talent deficits have given rise to an untenable situation, only further compounded by the mayhem waged by a worldwide pandemic. The good news is the circumstance is not unsolvable. It only requires a rejiggering of familiar ingredients: your people, your processes and your technology - and layering on a fresh, open-minded approach, untethered to the old way of doing SecOps.
Jan 20, 2021   |  By Siemplify
Business guru Peter Drucker is famous for saying that you can't manage what you don't measure, and those words ring especially true in the security operations center (SOC). The SOC is home to great responsibility to the business, as it sits as ground zero for threat detection and response. But it also can be unwieldy due to a number of challenges, including an overreliance on manual processes, disparate sources of information and intelligence, and a lack of skills and people power to handle all the alerts and cases coming through.
Oct 12, 2020   |  By Siemplify
While opportunity has never looked brighter for MSSPs, they are still under obligation to solve the very security challenges so many enterprises and SMBs count on them for, all while recognizing that each client environment requires unique attention. This is no easy feat, especially as competition grows and customer expectations become more exacting.
Sep 1, 2020   |  By Siemplify
One of the big reasons security operations centers excel at what they do is because they are a centralized unit charged with monitoring, assessing and addressing activity across a company's IT infrastructure. But with many SOCs shifting to remote arrangements, this cohesion has come undone. Yet, you and your team must charge on, and the good news is you can overcome any bumpy adjustment period by ensuring you have all of your bases covered.
Aug 19, 2020   |  By Siemplify
Tabletop exercises are a proven, hands-on way to learn how your team will handle unforeseen cyber emergencies while also helping to clarify roles and responsibilities. Although many existing online resources provide the basic elements of simulating a cyber incident, not as available is an understanding of what is required to experience true success. This white paper shares five master tactics for winning at tabletop exercises, courtesy of Siemplify security operations experts who have personally performed these crisis preparation activities, uncovering secrets you may not have considered.
Mar 17, 2020   |  By Siemplify
The managed security services market is growing - and for good reason. Within businesses, skills are short, budgets are tight and there is more surface to cover than ever thanks to the rise of mobility, cloud and connected devices. As a result, they are looking for a partner that can help them offset some or all of their security responsibilities. Cue the rise of the MSSP.
Jun 26, 2019   |  By Siemplify
No business is immune from digital attacks, making the ability to detect and respond to cyber incidents more important than ever. And that's where security operations come in to play. Because they are built around monitoring, analysis and triage, SecOps have become the centerpiece of an organization's security program.
Feb 24, 2019   |  By Siemplify
Acquire security orchestration and automation best practices, tried and tested by our global customer base. Developed by our in-house experts who provide guidance to security teams worldwide, these playbooks facilitate and integrate alerts handling and incident response plans. These are the earliest in a series that continues to grow over time.
Feb 24, 2019   |  By Siemplify
MSSP security operations teams face unique challenges in addition to those that plague the average SOC. Siemplify's security orchestration and automation buyer's guide outlines the features and outcomes MSSPs should prioritize when considering a security orchestration solution.
Feb 1, 2019   |  By Siemplify
Security Orchestration, Automation and Response platforms are rapidly becoming a must-have solution for SOC teams. Understanding the business case is a key step to implementing SOAR in your organization.

Security Orchestration, Automation and Incident Response. Respond faster and work smarter with the leading security operations platform for enterprises and MSSPs.

The Siemplify platform is a holistic purpose-built security orchestration and security automation workbench that empowers security operations teams to work smarter and respond faster. From triage and investigation to collaboration and remediation, Siemplify streamlines and enriches your security operations.

What Can Siemplify Do for You?

  • Manage your SOC from a single workbench: Orchestrate, automate and collaborate across all your existing tools and technologies, with more than 180 integrations out of the box.
  • Automate data gathering and alert triage: Automatically bring together related alerts from across your toolset into a single case for investigation, triage, and remediation.
  • Create standard, consistent processes: Create standard, automated processes using a drag-and-drop playbook builder to retain internal knowledge and shorten response time.
  • Visualize a full threat storyline: Context and data enrichment helps security teams quickly visualize the who, what and when of a security event to expedite investigation and make better decisions.
  • Enhance teamwork and information sharing: Harness the full power of your team with integrated chat for day-to-day security analyst collaboration and an interactive War Room for cross-functional collaboration to expedite the remediation of security incidents.
  • Measure, report and continuously improve: Customize dashboards to define and monitor security operations KPIs and create automated reports to drive continuous improvement.

The security operations workbench. The way you would build it.