Delta Risk ActiveEye 2.0 eliminates more than 95% of false positives

Delta Risk, a leading provider of SOC-as-a-Service and security services, announced the release of version 2.0 of its cloud-native Security Orchestration and Automation (SOAR) platform, ActiveEye.

Delta Risk ActiveEye version 2.0

With a focus on advanced security automation, the ActiveEye 2.0 platform eliminates more than 95 percent of false positives from thousands of daily security alerts generated by next-generation endpoint detection and response solutions, security information and event management (SIEM) devices and software, cloud applications, and cloud infrastructure.

Organizations are struggling to manage complex legacy security solutions with limited staff, and traditional managed security service providers (MSSPs) are often a black box. By contrast, Delta Risk provides a co-managed and fully transparent, cloud-native solution that is built for today’s business challenges and ever evolving cyber threats.

New ActiveEye 2.0 features include:

  • Virtual analyst playbook orchestration – Reducing most false positives enables analysts to focus on the most complex and critical alerts and speeds incident response.
  • Personalized customer notebooks – Customers can quickly share information with the Delta Risk SOC team about what’s important or what to ignore in their environment.
  • Key Performance Indicator (KPI) dashboards – Customers can see critical metrics across their entire environment at a glance and create easy-to-understand executive reports.
  • Virtual analyst response automation – Analysts can take action directly from the ActiveEye platform to resolve threats, which also dramatically speeds response times.

“Security automation is critical for addressing today’s cyber threats,” said John Hawley, Vice President of Product Strategy.

“Security tools are evolving, but the average organization lacks the skills and expertise to properly deploy them, and internal teams are overwhelmed by thousands of alerts every day. ActiveEye 2.0 allows our security operations center (SOC) analysts to focus on the most important threats to better protect our customers and take that load off their teams.”

“Investigating and responding to threats quickly is critical to effective security, but most organizations don’t have the budget to build and staff an in-house security operations team,” added Scott Kaine, CEO.

“Our ActiveEye SOC-as-a-Service enables any size organization to get the benefits of advanced threat detection, expert investigation, and rapid response when they need it most at a fraction of the cost of building it themselves.”

The new ActiveEye 2.0 features complement existing capabilities for endpoint, network, and cloud security, including monitoring and management for Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Office 365 and Azure, Google G Suite, Box, as well as other platforms and devices.

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