Attack simulation tool will be integrated into ReliaQuest’s GreyMatter platform
Security management platform vendor ReliaQuest today announced that it has purchased Austin, Texas-based attack simulation firm Threatcare. ReliaQuest plans to add Threatcare’s technology to its GreyMatter security platform for security operation centers (SOCs) and security teams.
Threatcare founder and CEO Marcus Carey will join the chief technology officer at ReliaQuest, and all of Threatcare’s team members will become part of Tampa, Florida-based ReliaQuest. Financial details of the deal were not disclosed.
GreyMatter integrates security data from security incident and event manager (SIEM), endpoint detection and response (EDR), firewalls, threat intelligence feeds, and other security tools, and includes analysis functions and automation. Threatcare’s technology — which will become a new feature on the platform — simulates how a specific threat or attack could target an organization’s network in order to determine whether its security tools and settings are or are not actually working to thwart the threats.
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