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GreyMatter’s Partner Ecosystem: Dozens of Integrations = One Unified View

Security teams have been loading up on disparate technologies to better defend their environments for the past several years. The result: with multiple tool sets and data living in numerous locations, it’s difficult to have confidence that you have enough visibility to protect your business against threats. Not to mention, each technology has its own API and can take advanced skills to integrate properly in order to respond to threats effectively and efficiently. Enterprises haven’t been able to solve this on their own.

That’s why ReliaQuest GreyMatter has been relentless in partnering with the market-leading vendors across all major categories of the enterprise technology stack – then unifying and normalizing their disparate data through our universal translator. We now offer native integrations to over 30 top enterprise technologies, from Splunk and VMWare Carbon Black to IBM, CrowdStrike and Palo Alto – providing unprecedented visibility and automated response capabilities across our customer environments.

Some of the use cases our customers are most excited about include:

  • Automatically blocking IPs, banning hashes, and isolating hosts directly through the GreyMatter platform
  • Increased visibility into network security and firewall management, USB device usage, and preventing exploit and post-exploit vulnerabilities on endpoints
  • Proactive threat hunting to find undetected anomalies and remediate undetected threats

ReliaQuest GreyMatter will grow the number of natively integrated enterprise technologies to 100 by the end of this year. Check out the integration partners page on our website for updates on new integrations.

If interested in learning more about ReliaQuest GreyMatter, request a demo.

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