ReliaQuest GreyMatter joins Microsoft Intelligent Security Association
ReliaQuest, a force multiplier of security operations, today announced that it has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA). MISA is an ecosystem of independent software vendors and managed security service providers that have integrated their solutions to better defend against a world of increasing threats.
With digital transformation driving migration to Microsoft Azure, it becomes even more critical to have a unified view across an organization’s security infrastructure, Now, with added support for Microsoft Sentinel, Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, ReliaQuest GreyMatter extends visibility across the Microsoft ecosystem. GreyMatter unifies detection, investigation and response to drive security effectiveness and cyber resilience, while allowing the customer to integrate Microsoft Security products at the pace that best suits their organization.” Brian Foster, Chief Product Officer of ReliaQuest
This collaboration makes it easy for Microsoft customers whether on premises or in one or more clouds to ingest data and automate actions across any vendor solution. GreyMatter, coupled with deep security operations expertise, expedites threat detection and response. This drives greater effectiveness of existing investments including the correlation capabilities of Microsoft Sentinel and Microsoft Defender for Endpoint.
GreyMatter contextualizes threat research, collective customer intelligence, and over 40 open source and commercial security data feeds to create a comprehensive, actionable view of existing and emerging threats. ReliaQuest will continue to invest in GreyMatter’s capabilities to integrate with the Microsoft 365 security suite, furthering the ReliaQuest mission to “Make Security Possible.”
Microsoft Intelligent Security Association members, like ReliaQuest, leverage Microsoft’s security products to better defend against cyber security threats with identity and access management, threat protection, information protection and security management.” Rob Lefferts, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Defender