ThreatConnect, provider of the industry’s only intelligence-driven security operations platform announces new features and functionality that heighten the user experience. ThreatConnect’s new enhancements showcase the Platform’s increased user flexibility for creating Playbooks as well as expanded options for in-Platform application (App) building.
Andy Pendergast, ThreatConnect VP of Product said, “We’re proud of all of the features and functionality in this current release, but we are especially excited the App Builder – which allows our users to build and test their own Python based playbook apps in platform.
“This feature and our Playbooks version control really help our users take automation and orchestration to another level, whether they are creating Playbooks for their threat intel team or SecOps and IR. Another highly requested feature, that our own team has really had fun developing and using internally is our new Dark Mode. For those customers working on shifts, I’m sure this will be a welcome feature.”
Unlike most other Security Platforms, ThreatConnect gives users a choice on how they want to experience the Platform. Depending on preference and work environment, users can toggle between Light and Dark color palettes.
ThreatConnect Dark Mode provides security professionals with a user experience that they are oftentimes more familiar with, especially when working in a security operations center.
Application (App) Builder
The ThreatConnect App Builder is a unique feature that allows developer-minded users increased control in an environment that they’re used to working in. Additionally, with a built-in debugger, a user can code, debug, and release without setting up a separate environment. This feature instills a sense of confidence that the final product is flawless and production-ready.
Plus, ThreatConnect has incorporated a semantic versioning scheme into its App Builder to help ensure that every bit of released app code is properly versioned and tracked. The ThreatConnect App Builder provides a more technical approach to App Development for users who want to ‘get their hands dirty’ without leaving the Platform.
Because typical Playbooks go through dozens of versions, now users can manage them effectively. With version control users can continuously improve their Playbooks while not losing site of past iterations over time.
Every time a Playbook is set to Active, a new minor version is autosaved, and users can manually track and comment on major versions. With version control, users can split off and comment on major versions of Playbooks, or merge them into an existing Playbook as a new versions.
Said Pendergast, “With our ease-of-use updates, we’re continuing to enhance the user experience when it comes to the development, design, and management of Playbooks and Apps within the Platform. Because our Platform can be used by so many different roles in the security team – as a TIP or a holistic Intelligence-Driven SOAR – it’s crucial that they all find us easily adaptable and usable.”