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How security teams manage threat intelligence with Tines

Every day, the growing threat landscape presents new challenges for security teams, with threats becoming more diverse and complex. But while teams typically have the tools to gather the intelligence they need, they often run into trouble with the next steps in the process - enriching, prioritizing and responding to this intel.

Securing Your Cloud Infrastructure with Azure & Tines

In the third instalment of "Tines, securing your cloud infrastructure" we look at two stories designed to save money and resources and close potential security gaps in your Azure environment. Firstly, we'll address the task of 'Updating groups assigned to a user in Azure Active Directory' which allows admins to update a user's group membership in Azure Active Directory. This is essential for adding extra security to accounts flagged for suspicious activity and protecting the team & company as a whole.

Using automated workflows to reach zero trust goals faster

In an ideal approach to zero trust, in which every user and device must continually prove their identity, automation is more than a useful tool, it’s essential to your federal agency’s success. You don’t need to take our word for it - security automation and orchestration is mandated by M-22-09 and M-21-31, and forms an integral part of the framework in CISA’s ZTMM (zero trust maturity model).

Torq talks to Abnormal CISO, Mike Britton

Torq talks to Abnormal CISO, Mike Britton Mike Britton, CISO at Abnormal Security spoke to our Sr. Social Media Manager, Brittney Zec about how Torq Hyperautomation is helping Abnormal Security's SecOps team operate faster and more efficiently. Mike also talks about the ROI that Abnormal Security is seeing with Torq, along with the advice he would give to other security professionals considering adopting hyperautomation.

How federal agencies can build their zero trust security tech stack

Few would argue that zero trust has become one of the most important principles of modern cybersecurity programs. But ever since the concept of zero trust security was first popularized by Forrester in 2009, many federal government agencies in the United States (along with private sector companies) have struggled to understand its requirements and implement it effectively. Critically, zero trust does not represent a single security method or a type of technology.

Building and managing malware analysis labs with Tines workflows

Understanding malware is essential to defending an organization against attacks. Analyzing suspicious applications helps us determine if an alert is a false positive, and the information discovered can be used to help remediate an incident or strengthen a system's defenses against further attacks.

Friday Flows Episode 20: Regularly Update Insecure AWS EC2 Security Groups

Launching an AWS EC2 instance can be done in seconds, but are they being set up securely for success? In today's Friday Flows, Michael Tolan helps us celebrate the 700th Tines Story Library addition with a look at a customer submitted workflow to audit and remediate default security groups for virtual machines in AWS.