Malwarebytes, Revelstoke Automate Priority Vulnerabilities with Integrated Solutions

Malwarebytes, Revelstoke Automate Priority Vulnerabilities with Integrated Solutions

By Greg Tavarez

Security teams feel the double strain of increased threat volume and limited resources in the cybersecurity landscape. Malwarebytes' 2022 Threat Review documented a steep COVID-19 bounce in malware volume. Revelstoke's research found that nearly 25% of U.S.-based security operations centers report being understaffed by 10 or more employees, and more than 80% of global SOCs view task automation as important to their work.

To support those needs, Malwarebytes is integrating with Revelstoke to help customers better automate and address priority vulnerabilities with the greatest potential impact to their organizations.

The integration pairs Malwarebytes' Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solution with Revelstoke's Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) solution to automate simpler alerts and responses and free up analysts' time to focus on larger threats.

"Our integration with Revelstoke is a continuation of our commitment to mitigate risk quickly and easily through automation and our intuitive solution so that IT and security teams can focus on business enablement," said Brian Thomas, vice president of worldwide MSP and channel programs for Malwarebytes.

Malwarebytes EDR solution for Windows and Mac easily replaces or augments other endpoint security solutions, including Microsoft Defender. The solution uses anomaly detection machine learning to detect known threats and find unknown zero-day threats. It also offers remote worker optimization, high return on investment and low total cost of ownership.

Revelstoke SOAR lets security teams automate with pre-built integrations and a library of low-code playbooks for common use cases, use Kanban-style drag and drop playbook builder to configure workflows with minimal code and use robust reporting to show the business impact of the security team’s work.

With the added benefit of Revelstoke being built on a Unified Data Layer, the integration with Malwarebytes's EDR solution enables customers to streamline alert management, accelerate time to remediation and flexibly construct their security infrastructure.

"By integrating Malwarebytes' leading edge protection expertise with our breakthrough capabilities in security automation, users can seamlessly and efficiently triage threats that pose the greatest danger to their organization," said Bob Kruse, co-founder and CEO of Revelstoke.

Edited by Erik Linask
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