Tines

Dublin, Ireland
2018
  |  By Eoin Hinchy
The potential benefits of workflow automation for security teams are huge - from improved incident readiness to faster time to value, improved retention, and reduced errors, there lots of compelling reasons to adopt this technology. But there are also some popular misconceptions holding teams back from fully embracing workflow automation. In this blog post, I'll debunk some of the most common myths about workflow automation and explain why it's worth investing in for any security team.
  |  By Hannah Roy
When we launched cases in early 2023, we saw how teams combined automation with their established processes to respond to known threats. And we realized we were missing a place for security teams to address those new or unknown threats. Enter cases, our solution to case management. Over the past year, our cases feature has become a place where teams can collaborate, track, and report on new and existing workflows.
  |  By Eoin Hinchy
If you’ve been paying attention to the latest AI product releases or evaluating AI tools for your teams, you’ll probably have noticed how difficult it is to distinguish between hype and reality. Vendors are under an enormous amount of pressure to deliver AI features, and, as a result, many of these new tools feel rushed and fragile, and simply aren’t capable of solving important, real-world problems.
  |  By Eoin Hinchy
For years, we as security practitioners were promised that AI and machine learning would change our lives for the better, but time and time again, the companies that touted this technology disappointed us. In the first decade or so of AI-branded security tools, we saw plenty of products that demoed well, but were completely undeployable.
  |  By Thomas Kinsella
Innovation rarely starts with acknowledging the restrictions. It’s only after you’ve fleshed out the practical concepts that you begin to understand how they can align with the predefined boundaries, ensuring that your final product is both useful and compliant. This dynamic process encourages a more organic pathway to discovery, leading to solutions that are not only innovative but also viable within the given constraints.
  |  By Hannah Roy
There’s a new navigation experience in Tines that’s been created with usability in mind. We’ve reorganized our main menus and brought core areas to the forefront for easier access.
  |  By Dave Herder
When it comes to vulnerability management, time is critical - every minute a vulnerability goes unaddressed, the risk escalates. To ensure all risks are addressed, security teams need vulnerability management processes that are reliable and efficient, and, crucially, don’t drain their resources. And given that 22% of cybersecurity professionals have admitted to ignoring an alert completely, we can’t afford to rely on the human element alone.
  |  By Eoin Hinchy
There’s a ton of media hype about the swift integration of AI across different business functions. It has also been reported that 98% of technology executives have paused their AI programs to establish guidelines and policies around its implementation. Depending on when and where you read about it, opinions on the speed of AI adoption vary. Nevertheless, AI is more than just hype.
  |  By Stephen O'Brien
At Tines, our mission is to power the world's most important workflows, and AI has recently become a huge part of that story. We currently have two AI-powered capabilities that enable teams to work faster, reduce barriers to entry, and spend more time on the fulfilling work that attracted them to their professions in the first place. But this is only possible because they trust that these features are private and secure by design.
  |  By Aaron Jewitt
In a guest blog post, Aaron Jewitt, Principal Detection Engineer at Elastic, walks us through a Tines workflow he built to improve the efficiency of his team's automated alert triage processes. He recently shared how his InfoSec team uses Tines to automate alert triage over on Elastic's blog, which makes a great companion piece to this post.
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On today's episode, Michael Tolan from the Tines labs team is taking us through this enrichment workflow. Recorded Future is our long-time threat intel partner and has been the leader in that space for years now. This will give you some insight into how we work better together.
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Rosie Halpin, Product Manager, will dive into how you can use powerful, intuitive case management in Tines to investigate, remediate, and report on security incidents. She’ll walk through how cases powers security teams to respond to events by: Join us to learn how you can build on top of your existing powerful automations in Tines with cases.
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In today’s Friday Flows, Conor Dunne, from the Tines Labs team, walks us through a new story using AI to create cases and act on CrowdStrike alerts. As is the case with many alerts, there’s a lot of information, but it’s not always very clear. He first uses AI to simplify & normalize the data. Once that is done & a case is created, we can also use AI to act as a security analyst and respond with one of four actions: Suspend a user account Isolate a host Block a URL Alert the security team using PagerDuty.
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We're excited to bring you another workflow from the Tines library and to introduce your new Friday Flows host Cameron Higgs! The legendary Blake Coolidge is handing over the reins for a season but he'll be back on your screens before too long. In this episode, Conor Dunne walks Cameron through a workflow that pulls leads related to the Amazon Web Services (AWS) environment flagged by Hunters and searches for users with unauthorized permissions.
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In this video, we'll take a look at how to import a story.
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For teams focused on vulnerability management, maintaining a secure and resilient environment for your organization is paramount. From finding vulnerabilities and assessing their risk, to patch management and continuous reporting, teams are often juggling disconnected systems, various input sources, and manual prioritization and assignment to ensure vulnerabilities aren’t being overlooked.
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Tyler Talaga, Staff Engineer at MyFitnessPal, is one of the early adopters of Tines' AI capabilities. In this special "Wednesday Workflows," Tyler walks through a story he built to improve the visibility of Change Control requests. This workflow routes Change Control requests to Slack with a detailed summary provided through the AI Action, helping the team quickly approve (or deny) a change. The MyFitnessPal team is building many new, helpful automations with the AI capabilities, including one to summarize vulnerabilities fixed in MacOS updates.
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Stephen O’Brien, Head of Product, will walk through our journey to introducing AI in Tines. He’ll cover key questions you asked us, and the ones we asked ourselves as we tested and iterated with this innovative technology. Journey with AI from research to practical implementation Best practices with interacting in Tines Next steps for AI in Tines We’re extremely excited about the usability improvements we built and how they’ll reduce friction for both our advanced and novice users alike.
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In this video, we'll examine how we can use AI to improve our workflow within Tines.

The world’s best companies – from startups to the Fortune 10 – trust Tines with their mission-critical security workflows.

Security and operations teams are too often stuck doing manual, repetitive tasks, and we want to change that. Tines is an automation platform designed to allow anyone to automate any manual task, regardless of complexity. No apps, plugins, or custom code required.

Tines customers automate an average of 20 workflows in year one. Build classic SOAR capabilities like endpoint detection & response and phishing response, solve needs like employee onboarding and Slack bots, and automate complex workflows unique to your business – all in the same tool.

With 1,000+ template options for common security actions, Tines is power and simplicity through direct integration with your existing tools.