D3 Named Top Security Automation Solution

By Alex MacLachlan October 2, 2018 incident-response, news, security-orchestration-automation-response

VANCOUVER, British Columbia – D3 Security, a developer of award-winning security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) solutions, today announced that they have been named CyberSecurity Breakthrough’s 2018 Security Automation Solution of the Year. This year’s competition drew over 3,000 nominations from across the cybersecurity industry, and D3 is in great company alongside an impressive list of seasoned organizations and innovative startups, including Symantec, SonicWall, Duo Security, Darktrace, McAfee, AlienVault, Samsung, and more. D3 Security is in Orlando, Florida, today through October 4th at Splunk conf. 18, showcasing their award-winning SOAR solution at booth M35.

Today’s environment of sophisticated cyberattacks and siloed IT systems has prompted the rise of SOAR solutions. In order to keep up with an everchanging threat landscape and a plethora of tools and alerts, security teams have gravitated to SOAR tools in order to automate manual processes and drive more efficient and consistent incident response. However, the D3 SOAR Platform goes beyond this standard, to provide security automation that is intelligent, adaptable, and fully auditable. D3’s app library features 200+ integrations that can be drag-and-dropped into visual workflows, freeing up analysts from coding and repetitive tasks. D3’s workflow engine is fully dynamic, adapting responses in real-time to the latest threat intelligence or changing conditions.

In addition, and unlike other solutions that focus narrowly on security operations, D3 automatically documents and tracks every alert, incident, and action taken—including those that are automated—in order to create a comprehensive audit log for compliance and continuous improvement purposes. Without such functionality, the reporting necessary to create a proper audit trail for investigations is nearly impossible. D3 uniquely bridges this security and compliance gap.

“D3’s automation and orchestration capabilities go beyond alert intake and correlation, by also providing a dynamic and adaptable workflow that very accurately guides corrective action across SecOps, compliance, and business requirements,” said Gordon Benoit, President of D3 Security. “We are proud that, once again, our unique ability to automate both security and compliance activities has been recognized as the best way to solve the SOC’s resource shortages and the enterprise’s regulatory and documentation obligations.”

This award adds to an already impressive year for D3 Security, who this month was also named a SINET16 Innovator, a prestigious award with a rigorous multiphase judging process. In February, the company received honors from the Cybersecurity Excellence Awards for incident response. The very next month, D3 was named a winner by Info Security Products Guide in the following categories: Gold in Security Automation; and Gold in Security Products and Solutions for Large Enterprise. The company’s SOAR Platform also finished as one of the finalists for the 2018 SC Magazine Awards. To keep up to date on the company’s latest announcements, please visit https://d3security.com.

About D3 Security

D3 Security’s orchestration, automation, response and case management solutions are the foundation of the world’s most advanced security operations, including over 20 percent of the Fortune 500. D3 seamlessly facilitates collaboration within the security operations center and across departments through a flexible platform that streamlines incident management, orchestrates human and machine processes and documents all actions taken to assure that organizations meet industry requirements and compliance reporting standards. For more information, please visit https://d3security.com.

Alex MacLachlan

Alex MacLachlan

Alex is the Director of Marketing at D3. He oversees D3's marketing, communications, and digital programs. He enjoys fishing, "checking the analytics", playing golf and watching hockey - in that order.


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