Threat Stack, the leader in cloud security and compliance for infrastructure and applications, and JASK, the provider of the industry’s first cloud-native SIEM platform, announced a partnership designed to help security operations teams reduce the time and effort needed to detect and respond to cloud security incidents identified by the Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform.
“Cloud sprawl is a major issue with businesses that creates blind spots for IT and security teams,” said Rob Fry, CTO, JASK. “With Threat Stack, our customers gain in-depth insights across their cloud infrastructure, including hosts, containers, container orchestration, and applications, and can implement automated security policies to empower analysts to focus on high-value risk-reduction activities.”
As the leader in cloud security and compliance for infrastructure and applications, Threat Stack helps businesses proactively reduce risk and respond to security incidents by providing contextual insight based on signals from across the entire cloud infrastructure stack, from the cloud management console to the application layer.
When Threat Stack’s platform is paired with the JASK ASOC cloud-native SIEM platform, joint customers will be able to automate the correlation and analysis of threat intelligence, enabling security analysts to become proactive threat hunters and drastically reducing the time needed to investigate incidents.
“Providing the powerful cloud security telemetry generated by the Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform to JASK’s cloud-native SIEM is a powerful combination,” said Brian M. Ahern, CEO, Threat Stack. “It enables our joint customers to correlate signals from across the cloud stack with other security tools to quickly identify and remediate threats across the entire security ecosystem.”