- Support for the Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework is provided by Turbine and Amazon Security Lake; the integration is said to provide reciprocal commercial value and a smooth user experience.
- Turbine automates the use of new security technologies on AWS data to hasten their adoption and boost an organization’s overall security program’s return on investment.
Swimlane LLC, a provider of low-code security automation, disclosed a new strategic alliance with Amazon Web Services Inc. and claimed that its Swimlane Turbine product is now a cloud-native platform.
As a result of the collaboration, Amazon Security Lake is now integrated with Swimlane’s low-code automation platform, Turbine. Organizations can gather, manage, and analyze log and event data with the help of AWS’ Security Lake, a specially designed security data lake that enables quicker threat detection, investigation, and incident response.
The integration between Turbine and Amazon Security Lake supports the Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework and provides mutual business value and a seamless consumer experience. According to Swimlane, the agreement gives Security Lake clients an affordable option that expedites research and action when risks are detected in AWS environments.
Turbine automates the use of new security technologies on AWS data to hasten their adoption and boost an organization’s overall security program’s return on investment. According to the corporation, it also gives clients a faster time to value.
Customers of AWS can acquire Swimlane Turbine through the AWS Marketplace with prepaid credits as an authorized independent software vendor partner. Customers already using Turbine and AWS Security Lake receive this connection at no extra cost.
The GuardDuty, Macie, CloudTrail, Route53, and VPC Flow logs are just a few of the AWS services allegedly used in the Turbine’s automated ingestion, correlation, and reaction actions integration, which is advertised as being simple to set up. Developers no longer need to design unique maps for security alerts from new data sources because Turbine’s content complies with OCSF standards.
Delivering lower prices for goods sold to managed security service providers and service providers of managed infrastructure with multi-region support are vital aspects that help them increase the cost-effectiveness of their security solutions and maximize return on investment.
High scalability is another benefit of the integration. The cloud-native infrastructure of Turbine offers auto-scaling, which enables rapid elasticity, resource pooling, and the capacity to autoscale to handle an increase in workloads.
Swimlane’s infrastructure supports cloud-native computing and offers continuous integration and delivery, resulting in 99.9% availability and zero downtime upgrades. Additionally, the service provides a “serverless-like experience,” allowing users to perform any language function inside a Turbine remote agent.
Mike Kay, Senior Vice President of Business Development at Swimlane, said, “As one of the only SOAR launch partners for Amazon Security Lake, Swimlane’s partnership with AWS uniquely enables security customers to harness the power of Turbine to accelerate automation across their security program regardless of the technology stack.”