Enhanced threat detection in IT and OT with Swimlane and Dragos

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  • Swimlane and Dragos partner to enhance threat detection in IT and OT environments
  • Integration offers centralized case management, automation, and vulnerability management

Low-code security automation company Swimlane LLC has partnered with industrial control system cybersecurity startup Dragos Inc. to improve threat detection in operational technology (OT) infrastructures. The integration of Swimlane Turbine and the Dragos Platform allows for automated threat detection and enrichment across IT and OT environments with the use of artificial intelligence. This partnership addresses the cybersecurity challenges posed by the convergence of modern IT systems and legacy industrial control systems, offering centralized case management, automated ticketing, and vulnerability management to streamline workflows.

The integration supports the sharing of information within IT and OT environments, aiding analysts in recognizing persistent threats over time and providing insights into effective triage methods. Through Swimlane Turbine Canvas, a low-code automation studio, OT experts can easily build custom Swimlane Playbooks to enhance incident response by automating actions across both IT and OT systems.

Dragos customers can leverage the combined offering to identify and remediate threat behaviors in OT environments, resulting in accelerated mean time to recovery. The integration aims to empower industrial organizations to enhance their cybersecurity posture amidst the increasing threat landscape.

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