ThreatNexus Provides the Command and Control to Power Next Generation Security Operation Centers

ThreatNexus seamlessly integrates with most traditional SIEM deployments. Our solution leverages existing log data and correlation rules, enabling SOC teams to integrate previously disparate systems to encompass the complete threat landscape. Sitting atop an existing SIEM infrastructure SOC teams quickly reap significant ROI from these legacy investments. Common integrations include ArcSight, McAfee, QRadar, among others.
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By applying our ThreatNexus platform to an existing Splunk deployment, organizations are able to transform an existing log repository into a robust platform, meeting the diverse needs of the modern SOC. Our integrated Query Engine is flexible, allowing security teams to centralize the use cases and queries running against their Splunk repository and make the results actionable.
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The challenges plaguing typical enterprise SOC teams are only compounded with Managed Security Service Providers. The MSSP space is intensely competitive, as a result they are pressured to drive productivity among their analyst teams while supporting a growing customer base with multiple SIEMS and disparate environments. ThreatNexus is increasingly considered the nucleus upon which an effective MSSP SOC is built. ThreatNexus provides MSSP’s with a single platform that integrates across multiple technical environments, abstracting the technical specifications of their different customers.
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Threat Intelligence

Siemplify instantly operationalizes existing threat intelligence investments by holistically fusing TI information with real-time organizational logs providing an intuitive graphical platform — enabling lightning fast investigation. Our Threat Intelligence module has been deployed with integrations to Soltra, ThreatConnect, as well as ingesting raw feeds (STIX or other formats) from various sources.