Cisco and IBM collaborate to increase security effectiveness
On May 30, 2017, Cisco and IBM Security announced a key relationship to address the rising tide of security threats and the need to respond rapidly. Cisco and IBM Security will work together to offer specific product integrations, a managed security service provider (MSSP) roadmap, and threat intelligence collaboration programs.
The relationship focuses on making security simpler and more effective and is a reflection of each company’s commitment to openness and interoperability. Together, Cisco and IBM are focused on reducing the time to detect and mitigate threats, giving you integrated tools to automate threat response with greater speed and accuracy.
Here’s a closer look at the three pillars of the relationship:
1. Product integrations
Both organizations are building integrations among the product portfolios. Cisco is building new apps for the IBM QRadar SIEM platform, which helps security teams understand and respond to advanced threats. A variety of Cisco® security solutions will increase the effectiveness of IBM QRadar® over time, with data from networks, endpoints and the cloud. On the other hand, IBM is building extensions into Resilient and X-Force Exchange to include Cisco products and intelligence data.
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