Swimlane Security Operations Automation

Justin Warren attended this past Security Field Day as a delegate where Swimlane presented on a cloud-scale, low-code security automation tool. This tool is a combination dashboard that is aimed at security teams doing the daily work of responding to security threats. Check out Justin’s thoughts on Swimlane’s presentation as well as some ideas he has to further automate testing!


Are You Swimming in a Secure Lane?

When swimming upstream against the rushing current of security alerts, requirements, and responsibilities, accessing APIs may be the only way to avoid being eaten alive. Bruno Wollmann, a Field Day delegate, discusses the demonstrations from Swimlane from this past Security Field Day and how the beautiful GUI is available through API. Take a look here for more on Bruno’s thoughts.


Tending Your Security Garden With Swimlane

Writing for Gestalt IT, Tom Hollingsworth gives us a deep dive into the security space problems Swimlane is solving with their new low-code approach, SOAR. This Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response platform is frequently used in security space to talk about engines that take information from alerts being triggered across the enterprise and formulating responses to them. Check out more on Tom’s take from Swimlane’s presentation, on SOAR, at October’s Security Field Day.


Focusing on a Secure Future at Security Field Day 6

Did you miss the live Security Field Day event this October? Writing for Gestalt IT, Tom Hollingsworth lays out what to expect from the presenting companies. Each day was jam packed with topics like DNS security, NetSecOps, 5G space, SASE and so much more. It’s something you sure don’t want to miss out on! Read here for more!