Operationalize your cloud security through security workflows effortlessly with Wiz and Tines.
To continue to do more with, in many cases, even less is a tricky tightrope walk that requires creativity and strategy to ensure overall success.
Security teams must ensure that their organization complies with industry regulations, but robust security goes far beyond satisfying compliance frameworks.
Thomas speaks with Jon Hencinski, VP of SecOps at Expel, about eliminating security dilemmas through strategic planning and understanding the source of threats.
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We're pretty fired up about what we've introduced to the product throughout November. If you haven’t already, see the month’s highlights.
Thomas speaks with Madhav Gopal, CISO at a fintech startup and former Vice President of Cyber Security Operations at Comcast.
Explore how no-code automation can help reduce the burden of security alerts, while still providing crucial protection for your organization.
To continue producing great technical content for our community, we are pleased to announce Tines Labs. Our Tines Labs team is dedicated to researching, developing, and disseminating no-code solutions.
Thomas speaks with Kristian Kivimägi, Head of Security Operations at Pipedrive, where he has scaled the Information Security team from two to 20 people.
By combining Tines with the Stairwell Inception platform, organizations have efficient access to automated threat detection and analysis that improves their defenses across systems and workflows.
Find out what security professionals think of SOAR tools and how they want solutions to improve in the future.
It's an incredibly exciting time at Tines. Terry Tripp has joined as our new Chief Revenue Officer as we roll towards a record revenue year.
Learn how this MSSP enhanced the services it provides its clients by transforming security operations and improving profit margins with Tines and Logz.io.
Alert overload occurs when a security team is bombarded with too many alerts, to the point where they can't make sense of them all. This can have serious consequences, ranging from compromised systems to data breaches.