Open XDR creator Stellar Cyber today disclosed a new technological alliance with Mimecast, a leading provider of email and collaboration security. Customers of Stellar Cyber and Mimecast can easily reduce the risk of damaging email-based attacks, such as phishing attacks, by automating the sharing of crucial attack data between the two solutions, cutting down on attacker dwell time, and accelerating response thanks to this potent technological integration.
Mimecast Email Security keeps track of all email traffic and uses AI-powered detection, phishing protection, and sophisticated attachment scanning capabilities to spot questionable communications. The alarm data is automatically shared with Stellar Cyber once it has been located. Mimecast warnings and other collected data are ingested, normalised, and analysed by Stellar Cyber’s Open XDR platform to provide a comprehensive understanding of the potential danger. The Stellar Cyber platform starts responding to integrated third-party products, such Mimecast, as security analysts finish their investigations.
“Email continues to be the primary entry point for ransomware attacks, and the sophistication of those attacks is rising exponentially”, “We’re excited to partner with Stellar Cyber to help our joint customers quickly detect and respond to threats, allowing them to gain more visibility across the attack chain.”
Jules Martin, Vice President of Technology Alliances, Mimecast
“Attacks are coming from all vectors. The need for security operations teams to instantaneously detect and respond to threats is more important than ever”, “Our technology integration with Mimecast helps security teams eliminate manually intensive tasks while increasing their ability to deliver faster security outcomes.”
Andrew Homer, VP of Technology Alliances
This integration allows Mimecast to provide distinctive visibility into email-based risks and send data to Stellar Cyber’s Open XDR platform for defense-in-depth security. Several joint capabilities are:
- Bi-directional threat signals shared in real-time for preventative detection
- Mimecast alert correlation throughout the whole attack surface
- Automated reaction procedures for quick threat containment
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