Grounded in open standards and communities, organizations will derive more accurate insights with the ability to connect to and share all security data. Security vendors and partners will be able to leverage IBM Security Connect as a single point of integration for IBM Security’s entire portfolio of products, experts and services.
Until now, getting insight from data has meant moving all security data to one spot, a task made virtually impossible due to multiple security information and event management (SIEM) tools, data lakes, endpoint detection and response (EDR) solutions, and cloud object stores. IBM Security Connect solves this challenge. For the first time in our industry, we can connect or federate data where it is in its current tools and environments, on-premises or in multiple clouds, to improve security visibility and efficiency. The hassle of migrating data or integrating complicated products can be significantly reduced for many security use cases.
This federation of data enables our existing solutions, such as QRadar, Guardium and Resilient, to connect to currently disconnected data sources to search and analyze data for threats and risks.
For example, users of our new IBM Security Connect federated search app will be able to search data across their QRadar, Splunk, EDR platforms and data lakes to hunt for threats.
Collaboration, both within and among organizations, is a necessity. Security teams need to connect to a global community of other users, aggregate their insights and build on each other’s solutions to make everyone stronger.
IBM Security Connect brings customers the power of collective intelligence and the ability to connect insights from all parts of our security immune system and partner ecosystem. Insights about a device, IP address and user, as well as database vulnerabilities and threats, can easily be shared across all products and applications integrated with the platform, providing instantaneous context for security investigations.