Siemplify ThreatNexus is a security orchestration and incident response platform designed for the entire security operation to manage, investigate, and automate threat response from a single pane of glass. Used globally by enterprise security teams and MSSPs to accelerate threat response, Siemplify is the de-facto standard for analysts to manage and respond to threats.
Transform static security data into actionable intelligence driving ROI from existing security investments.
Empower security teams to perform lighting fast investigation driving to root cause and remediation in a fraction of the time.
Reduce the number of alerts by nearly 80 percent and eliminate the need to navigate multiple point solutions through a single pane of glass, driving analyst efficiency.
ThreatNexus gives Security Operations the flexibility to respond to all types of attacks, providing the ultimate balance between machine-led and analyst driven response.
Provide unprecedented visibility and context across the entire security ecosystem. Define, gather, and track key performance indicators for all facets of the incident response lifecycle.
ThreatNexus provides the only comprehensive platform to centralize threat response within a single pane of glass.
ThreatNexus contextual based approach to orchestration and automation provides the ultimate balance between machine driven and analyst led response.Learn More
ThreatNexus connects the disparate tools across the security footprint to become the nucleus serving security operations. Alerts are clustered with related threat indicators into prioritized cases. Fully contextualized cases are either fed through the automation engine or presented to analysts for rapid triage and management.Learn More
ThreatNexus includes a powerful visual investigation canvas, allowing any analyst to seamlessly use the full power of cyber ontology in order to find the root cause of an incident in a fraction of the time.Learn More
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In early 2017
Often, the biggest problem facing Security Operations Centers is not an inability to detect security threats,