Security provider Stellar Cyber, with the first Open-XDR security platform, announced today that Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG) has named it as a solution that aligns well with ESG’s security operations and analytics platform architecture (SOAPA). By accepting data inputs from a variety of existing cybersecurity solutions, integrating them, and analyzing them under one intuitive interface, Stellar Cyber’s Open-XDR platform helps eliminate the tool fatigue and data overload often cited by security analysts, according to an ESG Showcase report.
“ESG’s SOAPA concept is designed to unify security data management, analytical capabilities, and operations as part of an integrated architecture and central interface. In this way, Stellar Cyber and SOAPA align,” said Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst and ESG Follow at ESG. “By tying together inputs from multiple security solutions and delivering analysis and response, Stellar Cyber can help bolster security analysts’ productivity.”
“We built Open-XDR from the ground up to address the tool and alert fatigue experienced by so many enterprise security analysts,” said Steve Garrison, Vice President of Marketing at Stellar Cyber. “Our approach enables analysts to identify and remediate cyberattacks up to 20 times faster than competing products without forcing users to abandon their existing security solutions.”
Helpful Stellar Cyber links
- Open XDR Security Platform
- ESG Showcase on Stellar Cyber
- Upcoming Webinars and Webinar Library
- Case Studies
About Stellar Cyber
Stellar Cyber makes the only comprehensive Open-XDR security platform providing maximum protection of anywhere applications and data reside and automatically responding to attacks wherever they occur. Open-XDR tightly integrates dozens of security applications from an App Store and presents results in an intuitive dashboard to supercharge analyst productivity by slashing attack response times to seconds or minutes. The solution deploys easily on premises, in public clouds or with service providers. Stellar Cyber is based in Silicon Valley and is backed by Big Basin Ventures, Valley Capital Partners, Northern Light Venture Capital, SIG, Green Bay Ventures, and other investors. For more information, contact https://stellarcyber.ai.