PICUS TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATIONS

Utilize your defenses effectively.

The Picus platform integrates with the most commonly used next-gen firewall (NGFW), intrusion prevention system (IPS), web application firewall (WAF), Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR), Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR )technologies, and helps you keep them ready against the most advanced attacks.

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Learn more about how The Picus Platform is integrating with your technologies.

 
Endpoint Attacks

Security Information
and Event Management (SIEM)


By identifying attack techniques able to bypass your controls, Picus aids your hunt for threats that may have used similar methods and remain undetected.
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Endpoint Detection
and Response (EDR)


Do you want to build an effective SOC? Learn more about how you can empower security analysts, detection engineers, threat hunters
and incident responders by Picus' threat-centric security control validation approach. 

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Extended Detection and Response (XDR)


Do you want to test the effectiveness of your XDR against real-world threats? Learn more about how you can better utilize your technologies.

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Security Orchestration,
Automation and Response (SOAR)


Do you want to test the effectiveness of your network security, SIEM, and EDR tools against real-world threats? Learn more about how you can leverage Picus and SOAR integrations to your benefit.

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Network Security
Technologies


Do you have NGFW, WAF, IPS technologies? Learn more about how you can better utilize your technologies.


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EXPLORE THE ECOSYSTEM

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Checkpoint

Check Point

Categories: Network Intrusion Prevention System, Next-Generation Firewall            

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IBM

IBM Security

Categories: Security Information and Event Management

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ForcepointSMALL

Forcepoint

Categories: Next-Generation Firewall


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Microsoft

Microsoft

Categories: Endpoint Detection and Response, Security Information and Event Management

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RSA

RSA

Categories: Security Information and Event Management

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Trend Micro (1)

Trend Micro

Categories: Network Intrusion Prevention System, Extended Detection and Response

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Splunk

Splunk

Categories: Security Information and Event Management

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Cyberres ArcSigth

Micro Focus

Categories: Security Information and Event Management

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LogRhythm

LogRhythm

Categories: Security Information and Event Management

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Cisco

Cisco

Categories: Network Intrusion Prevention System, Next-Generation Firewall             

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CrowdStrike

CrowdStrike

Categories: Endpoint Detection & Response

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Fortinet

Fortinet

Categories: Network Intrusion Prevention System, Next-Gen Firewall, Web Application Firewall

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McAfee

McAfee

Categories: Network Intrusion Prevention System



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Modsecurity

ModSecurity

Categories: Web Application Firewall

Snort

Snort

Categories: Network Intrusion Prevention System, Next-Generation Firewall


Securonix

Securonix

Categories: Security Information and Event Management

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Carbon Black

VMware Carbon Black

Categories: Endpoint Detection & Response

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Citrix

Citrix

Categories: Web Application Firewall                                                  

Elastic

Elastic

Categories: Security Information and Event Management
                                

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F5

F5

Categories: Web Application Firewall


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Palo Alto

Palo Alto Networks

Categories: Next-Generation Firewall, Extended Detection and Response


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Sigma

Sigma

Categories: Security Information and Event Management


Imperva

Imperva

Categories: Web Application Firewall

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SentinelOne

SentinelOne

Categories: Extended Detection and Response

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LogSign

Logsign

Categories: Security Information and Event Management

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WHY SECURITY VALIDATION IS IMPORTANT?

It helps security leaders address security gaps and vulnerabilities more pragmatically.

Your security staff don’t have the time and resources to make your environment impenetrable. Right now, they don’t even have the time to respond to every vulnerability they know about - let alone the ones they don’t. The only way to keep your business protected is to take a pragmatic approach: focus on the attack techniques that represent the biggest risk, check you have the security controls in place to address them, and if not, redeploy resources. Effective security validation will help you do this.

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It helps security leaders control and justify their budgets.


Security leaders don’t just have threat actors to worry about - they also answer to the business, and need to justify what and how they spend based on real metrics. By providing insight into the cost versus risk of both existing security controls and potential future investments, effective security validation will help them focus their budget on the right areas and reduce waste.

Security validation helps drive communication and collaboration.


Effective security validation also helps security leaders convey their agenda and get buy-in from other business stakeholders. By making the connection between real-world threats and potential victims within the business, they can demonstrate that their decisions aren’t based on fear and blind faith - they are driven by metrics that should matter to everyone.

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