California-based Revelstoke on Tuesday emerged from stealth mode with a security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) platform designed to help organizations customize and automate their security operations center (SOC).
Revelstoke says its solution should help ease the burden on CISOs and security analysts. The no code/low code SOAR platform automates analysis, optimizes workflows, and scales processes.
According to the company, the patent-pending unified data layer leveraged by the platform can eliminate vendor lock by making it easy to connect nearly any API. By enabling users to automate everything without the need for advanced coding skills, the platform can also address staff shortages.
The solution’s cloud-native architecture ensures scalability and flexibility, and its use of machine learning provides the processing power to build automated models for playbooks.
Revelstoke has raised more than $13 million in Series A funding from ClearSky, Crosslink Capital, and Rally Ventures.
“Customer demand pulled us into this space, and we found that all anybody wanted to talk about was automation,” said Bob Kruse, CEO and co-founder of Revelstoke. “We are solving problems for CISOs and security analysts, extending the capabilities of a staff that is stretched and forced to focus on job responsibilities that stray from their core mission. We automate redundant tasks enabling security analysts to focus on complex and unique attacks.”
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