Boston, May 20, 2021 – In the digital world, organizations can trust no one; their most valuable assets are data, bad actors hide in plain sight, and the attack surface is global. Threats come from every direction at the speed of light, overwhelming security operations centers. SOAR solutions include threat intelligence, vulnerability detection and management, incident response case management, and the orchestration and automation of existing manual incident response procedures to security events.
This Impact Report is the first in-depth market analysis covering the history, market, direction, and providers of independent SOAR products. It provides insight to help organizations make informed buying decisions by understanding product categories, product capabilities, and vendors. It is based on Aite Group interviews with 12 global SOAR vendors during March and April 2021, live product demonstrations, and interviews with chief information security officers about their experiences using various SOAR solutions. It profiles Cyware Labs, D3 Security, DFLabs, Exabeam, RSA, Securaa.io, Securonix, Siemplify, SIRP Labs, Swimlane, ThreatConnect, and ThreatQuotient.
This 78-page Impact Report contains nine figures and 20 tables. Clients of Aite Group’s Cybersecurity service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.
This report mentions Aetna, AhnLab Sefinity AIR, American Express, AON, ATOS, Aujas, Bank Alfalah, Banner Health, Capital One, Castra, Chi Networks, CriticalStart, Cybergate, Department of Homeland Security, Experion, EY, FedEx, FEMSA, FireEye, Fortinet, FS-ISAC, Habib Bank, IBM, Jazan University, KPMG, Lockheed Martin, MassMutual, McAfee, Micro Focus, Microsoft, MITRE Corp, Mondelez, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Netflix, Nomura, Norges Bank Investment, Open Cybersecurity Alliance, OQ, Palo Alto Labs, PwC, Rapid7, Scotiabank, Splunk, Square, Sumo Logic Inc., Symphony Technology Group (STG), U.S. Air Force, United Bank, Wipro, and Woodforest National Bank.