Malwarebytes Collaborates With Revelstoke To Address Critical Vulnerabilities
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Malwarebytes Collaborates With Revelstoke To Address Critical Vulnerabilities

By CIOReview | Tuesday, September 6, 2022

Leading security orchestration, automation, and response solutions provider collaborates with Malwarebytes to make Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) more controllable and scalable.

Fremont, CA: Malwarebytes believes that freeing individuals and organizations from dangers allows them to thrive. Malwarebytes CEO Marcin Kleczynski founded the company in 2008 with a single goal: to rid the globe of malware. Today, that objective has grown to include cyber security for everybody. Malwarebytes offers device protection, privacy, and prevention to individuals and enterprises through powerful, simple, and all-inclusive solutions at home, on the move, at work, or on campus.

"Security teams around the globe are contending with a complex and challenging cybersecurity landscape, and automated triage of high-risk threats presents one immediate avenue to help organizations manage that complexity," said Bob Kruse, Co-founder and CEO of Revelstoke. "By integrating Malwarebytes' leading edge protection expertise with our breakthrough capabilities in security automation, users can seamlessly and efficiently triage threats that pose the greatest danger to their organization."

MalwarebytesTM has joined forces with Revelstoke. 

The first next-generation Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) solution is built on a Unified Data Layer and provides no-code automation and low-code customization. Revelstoke enables CISOs and security analysts to automate analysis, reduce the requirement for software development, streamline workflows, avoid vendor lock, scale operations, and safeguard the organization.

The collaboration will assist clients in better automating and addressing prioritized vulnerabilities that have the biggest potential effect on their companies.

"Streamlining cybersecurity is critical to organizations facing resource constraints, dispersed working environments and an avalanche of threats," said Brian Thomas, Vice President of Worldwide MSP and Channel Programs for Malwarebytes. "Our integration with Revelstoke is a continuation of our commitment to mitigate risk quickly and easily through automation and our intuitive solution so that IT and security teams can focus on business enablement."

The collaboration comes at a critical juncture in cybersecurity when security teams are under pressure from growing threat volume and limited resources. The 2022 Threat Review from Malwarebytes revealed a significant "Covid bounce" in malware volume. According to Revelstoke's study, approximately a 25percent of U.S.-based security operations centers (SOCs) are understaffed by ten or more personnel, and more than 80percent of worldwide SOCs consider job automation to be crucial to their business.

The integration combines Malwarebytes' EDR solution, which protects against zero-day exploits, ransomware, malicious downloads, or other endpoint threats, with Revelstoke's next-generation Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) solution, which automates simpler alerts and responses while freeing up analysts' time to emphasize on larger threats. With the extra benefit of Revelstoke being based on a Unified Data Layer, integration with Malwarebytes' EDR solution allows clients to expedite alert management, accelerate time to remediation, and build their security architecture more flexibly.