Security orchestration platform gets attack-centric prioritization

May 05, 2021 // By Jean-Pierre Joosting
Security orchestration platform gets attack-centric prioritization
XM Cyber integrated with Cortex XSOAR from Palo Alto Networks enables the security team to immediately understand the criticality of the assets involved and all attack paths associated with any incident.

XM Cyber, a leader in Attack-Centric Exposure Prioritization, has announced integration with the Cortex XSOAR security orchestration automation and response (SOAR) platform from Palo Alto Networks. This integration adds one-click access within the Cortex XSOAR Marketplace to risk-free attack simulation that enables security teams to see the full path of a potential attack.

"By integrating Cortex XSOAR with the XM Cyber platform, security analysts can receive additional contextual information if an incident should be prioritized because it could be used to create an attack path toward a critical asset. The XM Cyber platform also generates incidents if there is a dramatic change in the company's security posture," said Boaz Gorodissky, co-founder and CTO of XM Cyber.

"XM Cyber allows the security team to immediately understand the criticality of the assets involved and all attack paths associated with any incident. The combination not only helps to dramatically reduce risk, but also optimizes how security teams spend their time and resources," he added.

Security and network teams are constantly asking themselves whether a particular alert is high risk, low risk, impacts mission critical assets, or if it can wait until the next patch. The combined power of XM Cyber and Cortex XSOAR enables teams with the contextual data needed to make the best decisions possible when protecting an organization's critical assets.


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