ServiceNow is extending it partnership with Microsoft with new integrations in its ServiceNow Security Operations Solution Suite.
“Nearly 80 percent of the Fortune 500 rely on ServiceNow’s ‘platform of platforms’,” said Lou Fiorello, VP & GM of Security Products, ServiceNow. “More and more, customers are seeing the value of running security operations processes on the platform, leveraging enterprise business context, and automating workflows across the enterprise in real-time. The powerful new integrations announced today ties Microsoft’s security products into the ServiceNow Security Operations ecosystem, helping security teams gain the context needed to prioritize and act on security incidents faster and more efficiently than ever.”
“In an increasingly hostile world, the only real competition is the bad actors and nation state adversaries,” said Eric Doerr, VP Cloud Security at Microsoft Corp. “Our integrations with Microsoft Security Solutions and ServiceNow Security Operations products enables customers to gain system-wide visibility, automate security workflows, and respond rapidly to incidents to build a safer and more secure world for all.”
“With COVID accelerating movement to the cloud, we’ve seen Microsoft Azure Sentinel take off with customers in all industries who need a cloud-native SIEM to enable their remote workforce while improving their security posture,” said Brian Rizman, Partner – Risk and Security Practice, Edgile. “Our customers see ServiceNow Security Incident Response as a strategic platform that enables a scalable data and workflow bridge to security, risk and IT tools. As a longtime partner of both Microsoft and ServiceNow, we see better operational resiliency and greater cost savings when these two worlds are integrated.”
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