NEW YORK, May 10, 2016
Secdo, an innovative provider of next-generation validation, investigation and response solutions, announced today that it has been named a “Cool Vendor in Security for Technology and Service Providers, 2016” by Gartner, the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company.
Gartner’s May 2nd report notes that, “The shortfalls of established security technologies along with the mounting pressure coming from sophisticated attackers is creating opportunities for innovative startups in the areas of security intelligence and detection of advanced targeted attacks.”
“We are truly honored and excited to be named a Gartner ‘Cool Vendor,'” said Shai Morag, CEO and Co-Founder of Secdo. “With Security Operations Centers dealing with tens of thousands of alerts on a daily basis, SECDO has become a vital tool for every organization to effectively investigate alerts and suspicious activity and respond much faster.”
Secdo provides advanced alert validation, investigation and remediation capabilities. The platform dramatically improves the efficiency of the Security Operations Center (SOC) by automatically validating alerts from the SIEM using unique thread-level endpoint activity data to identify false positives and prioritize true positives.
Every year, Gartner recognizes a select number of “Cool Vendors” in key technology areas through a series of research reports that highlight industry innovation. For this year’s Security for Technology and Service Providers report, Gartner ultimately selected five for its Security Cool Vendor list.
“I am grateful to our global customers for supporting Secdo,” Morag added. “With Secdo’s automated incident investigation and response platform, our customers are now able to see what is behind every alert so that they do not miss any signs of a potential breach.”
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