Swimlane to showcase innovative low-code security automation solution at GITEX 2022 – Intelligent Gitex
Swimlane to showcase innovative low-code security automation solution at GITEX 2022

Swimlane to showcase innovative low-code security automation solution at GITEX 2022

Swimlane, the low-code security automation company, announced its participation at GITEX Global 2022.

The company plans to showcase its innovative cloud-scale, low-code security automation platform at the Middle East’s largest technology exhibition. Swimlane Turbine is a breakthrough in low-code security automation, capturing hard-to-reach telemetry and expanding actionability beyond closed extended detection and response (XDR) ecosystems.

Swimlane co-founder and chief strategy officer Cody Cornell will be in attendance with other Swimlane executives at the event to showcase the platform’s capabilities.

The company will be exhibiting in both the Evanssion booth at H3-MR#2 and Amiviz booth at H1-A1.

Ashraf Sheet, Vice President of Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) for Swimlane

“As threat surfaces expand and present new headaches for security professionals to grapple with, it is absolutely vital for companies to stay ahead of the threat by deploying flexible, low-code automation,” said Ashraf Sheet, Vice President of Middle East, Turkey and Africa (META) for Swimlane. “As a world leader in cloud-scale, low-code security automation for companies across several verticals, Swimlane is committed to preventing breaches and enabling continuous compliance with a next-generation security automation solution that functions as a system of record for all security operations.”

“As part of our Middle East, Turkey and Africa expansion plans, we believe GITEX is the perfect platform to showcase our cutting-edge security automation platform to a huge regional audience looking for the latest technologies. This will help strengthen our channel network and reach by engaging with potential partners from different countries,” Sheet added.

At GITEX, Swimlane plans to demonstrate how low-code automation can help organisations overcome security talent shortages, unify complex environments and processes, accelerate responses as attack surfaces grow and can quantify the value of security to business stakeholders. Swimlane Turbine is different from traditional security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) platforms that are notoriously complex and used exclusively to automate basic security operations centre (SOC) workflows such as security information and event management (SIEM) alert triage, phishing and threat intelligence.

By combining human and machine data into actionable intelligence that security professionals can seamlessly leverage, Swimlane Turbine multiplies the capabilities of an organisation’s security teams and improves ROI, mean time to detect/discover (MTTD) and mean time to repair (MTTR). The solution unlocks the true promise of XDR with low-code automation that unifies visibility and actionability at the point of inception.

Swimlane has established itself as a market leader in providing security automation that is approachable and scalable for banking, insurance and finance, healthcare, energy and utilities (and other critical infrastructure), federal government, education, MSSPs & MSPs and retailers. Swimlane is currently the largest and fastest-growing pure-play security automation company and the company recently raised a US$70m growth round of additional financing.

Sheet added: “Security teams need a platform that is flexible and powerful enough to automate any security process, including unique use cases that go beyond what’s typically expected within the SOC. Swimlane is the only solution to address the toughest automation challenges both inside and outside the SOC. Through automation, one of Swimlane’s Fortune 100 customers has saved US$160,000 monthly by automating 3,700 hours of work. Apart from the significant financial savings, the automation reduces staff burnout and helps maintain talent and institutional knowledge.”

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