DFLabs adds new OT/IoT capabilities to it’s SOAR platform

Cybersecurity company DFLabs announced new operational technology and Internet of Things capabilities for it’s security orchestration, automation, and response platform. The new OT/IoT capabilities will give users the ability to improve and control standard operating procedures for industrial environments.

“DFLabs’ IncMan SOAR is the first in the industry to apply specific use cases that address the OT-IT convergence, confirming our focus and dedication to continuous innovation,” Dario Forte, founder, and CEO of DFLabs, said in a press release.

Users will now be able to easily escalate incidents to different teams, allowing multiple analysts to work simultaneously. Analysts will also have the ability to apply recommended measures based on the best practices.

“By creating a common platform where IT and OT work together, IncMan SOAR acts as a connective tissue between these two departments which allows them to collect information about the nature of the cyber attack quickly, assign the right person to make appropriate decisions, generate accurate KPIs, and pursue common objectives in an all-in-one platform,” the release says.

The new capabilities include “Instant Alarm Enrichment” which provides essential information for making well-informed decisions to remediate incidents. The platform also features a KPI dashboard for analysts, SOC managers, CISOs, audit managers, and OT managers to properly analyze relevant data, measure success, and assess potential business risks.

“Thanks to its interactive nature, IncMan SOAR acts as a bridge between IT and OT SecOps, all-the-while offering its clients and partners improved means of running their security operations,” DFLabs said in the release. “IncMan SOAR, with its native, unique capabilities, positions itself as the perfect technology to fill the gaps left by the IT/OT convergence.”

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