By combining Tines and Elastic, security teams are able to dramatically reduce dwell times, mean time to respond, and false-positive rates while also strengthening their agility and impact.
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Johannes Gilger, CEO and founder of urlscan, shares his opinions on the cybersecurity industry and tips for how teams can prepare for the future.
As part of Mental Health Awareness Month, we're highlighting the challenges faced by cybersecurity teams and the steps we're taking to increase good mental health and wellness at Tines.
Accomplished computer scientist and information security specialist Maxime shares his unique perspectives on the security industry and why he dislikes promise-based marketing.
James shares his experiences and learnings over the course of his career, and why he believes community support is critical during cybersecurity incidents.
A glimpse into what security tasks analysts would spend their time on if they could automate their repetitive manual work.
Repetitive manual tasks are tedious and force security analysts to spend most of their time chasing down answers or following up on alerts. Here, we explore seven tasks analysts would automate today if they had the tools.
Join Tines Co-founder and COO Thomas Kinsella as he explores the future of security operations with experts on our new podcast series.
We asked analysts to name their biggest challenges that are roadblocks to their team's success and prevent them from having a good day at work.
The Chief Information Security Officer (CISO) of a restaurant chain shares their top priorities for the foreseeable future.
If organizations want to keep them from going elsewhere, here’s what security analysts say are the top five things they can do to retain them.
Discover how today's SOC analysts are responding to security operation challenges and learn how we at Tines are striving to enable security teams to do their best work.
There’s nothing more frustrating than coming up against an API that won’t cooperate. In this blog, we outline what makes an API great and why others are so temperamental.
In the second part of this series, one of the world's leading CISOs shares why automation, hiring, and cloud tooling are his top priorities this year.
The best tools are the ones that quietly and reliably do a valuable job, day-in day-out, with zero fuss. Phish.ly has been doing exactly that for the community since mid-2020.
Whilst the importance of sponsoring OSS crystallized for many with #Log4J, we were adding new projects throughout 2021. Here are the latest.