The new features enable organizations to "orchestrate complex responses to a potential threat or security event and act on the valuable data provided by threat monitoring and alerting systems," according to CyberArk.
CyberArk Integrates with Gurucul, Proofpoint and SentinelOne
In addition, CyberArk has announced the following Identity Flows integrations:
- Gurucul Security Analytics and Operations Platform detects threats and provides risk scoring to help organizations identify and prioritize new, emerging and unknown threats.
- Proofpoint Targeted Attack Protection (TAP) detects email threats and assigns a level of risk to individuals.
- SentinelOne Singularity Platform detects and looks for threats across end-users' endpoints, containers, cloud workloads and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Commenting on the Identity Flows enhancements and integrations, CyberArk Chief Product Officer Peretz Regev said:
"With these enhancements and integrations, we make it simple for organizations to use CyberArk Identity Flows to reduce IT overhead, accelerate service agility and strengthen their overall security, ultimately improving operational efficiencies."
CyberArk Provides Identity Security Managed Service to BT Customers
The Identity Flows enhancements and integrations news comes after BT, which operates a Top 250 MSSP, in May 2023 launched its Managed Identity Privileged Access Management service, built on CyberArk's Identity Security Platform.
Managed Identity Privileged Access Management lets organizations apply intelligent privilege controls to their identities, CyberArk said. It also detects and prevents threats across the identity lifecycle and allows organizations to ensure that authorized identities can access resources from any location.
CyberArk helps organizations secure their identities across their applications, workforces, hybrid cloud workloads and throughout the DevOps lifecycle. The company has more than 200 partners and offers over 300 out-of-the-box integrations.