Stop managing alerts and start solving cases.
Security operations teams get thousands of alerts, each one requiring an analyst to look at it and make a call about what action – if any – is needed. For each individual security analyst, this represents hours of work just to identify relevant alerts. In the traditional SOC model, these alerts are rarely correlated, especially if they originate from different detection tools. This means two different analysts could be working on similar alerts and not even know it. This duplication of efforts not only makes for an inefficient SOC, it also increases the risk of missing the root cause of a threat, endangering the SOC’s effectiveness.
Using the context gathered from across the security ecosystem, Siemplify’s security orchestration platform automatically groups related alerts into manageable, workable cases. Alerts can be grouped on a variety of factors including source IP, file hash or multiple activities affecting a single user. This shift away from alert triage to case management represents a massive time savings since analysts will often be able to address as many as 50 alerts in a single case, all in one location.
Alert grouping allows a SOC to quickly analyze, triage and remediate across all entities that share common attributes. Through security orchestration, all of the associated details an analyst needs to investigate and respond are grouped within a single case, allowing for more focused analysis. And this case management approach reduces workload, freeing up analysts to handle more cases in less time.