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Dan Sloshberg is the Product Marketing Director at Mimecast, taking the lead on the Mimecast API, GDPR and market intelligence. A Mimecaster since 2013 and over 20 years in tech, he is a frequent speaker on all things cloud, security, cyber resilience and GDPR.

 

We are delighted to announce yet another integration with leading SIEM solution IBM QRadar. This follows our recent announcement of Mimecast for LogRhythm and the latest update to our Splunk app.IBM Security Logo

 

Combating the rapidly evolving threat landscape is a constant struggle, with email remaining the number one attack vector and threats becoming more stealthy, sophisticated and evasive to detection. The Mimecast for IBM QRadar app offers organizations better detection and alerting before, during and after an attack.

 

Integrating Mimecast data into the QRadar system through the Mimecast data logging API allows email security data to correlate against other data sources, and be included in behavioral anomaly detection, helping to identify indicators of advanced threats that would otherwise go unnoticed.

 

Joint Mimecast and IBM customers can better predict and prioritize what vulnerabilities to remediate through improved visibility of attacks with highly focused alerts. The impact of an attack can be minimized through faster response times made possible by using one single system for threat intelligence and response.

 

Access the Mimecast for IBM QRadar application through IBM’s Security App Exchange. You can also find out more through Mimecast’s developer portal.

 

We also encourage all of you to share your own integration ideas here now in the community!

Dan Sloshberg is the Product Marketing Director at Mimecast, taking the lead on the Mimecast API, GDPR and market intelligence. A Mimecaster since 2013 and over 20 years in tech, he is a frequent speaker on all things cloud, security, cyber resilience and GDPR.

 

As socially engineered impersonation attacks via email continue to grow, we are delighted to announce an alliance partnership with DMARC Analyzer to help customers better protect against these attacks.

 

Many of you are already using our Targeted Threat Protection – Impersonation Protect solution. This analyzes and combines multiple indicators of compromise to stop attacks targeting their employees, including those using lookalike domains, display name spoofing and reply-to-mismatch deception techniques.

 

DMARC Analyzer extends this protection with 360-degree email channel visibility, reporting and validation. The simple-to-setup-and-use cloud solution provides insight into unauthorized use of an organization’s own domains, which left unmonitored, can lead to impersonation attacks on customers, suppliers, other external parties and employees, too. DMARC Analyzer helps organizations move to a Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) reject policy faster and with more confidence.

 

Layering these complementary solutions delivers joint customers a better level of defense against all types of email fraud.

 

Read the joint datasheet and speak to your Mimecast or partner account manager to learn more.

 

We encourage you to also check out the other Alliance and API partners we’re working with to deliver even more value to our customers.

Dan Sloshberg is the Product Marketing Director at Mimecast, taking the lead on the Mimecast API, GDPR and market intelligence. A Mimecaster since 2013 and over 20 years in tech, he is a frequent speaker on all things cloud, security, cyber resilience and GDPR.

 

Hot on the heels of our recent Application Programming Interface (API) Developer Portal launch, we are excited to announce our latest integration partner: LogRhythm – a leading enterprise security and threat management provider.  

 

This highly requested integration offers joint customers the ability to benefit from LogRhythm’s advanced correlation and pattern recognition by automatically consuming email security data directly from the Mimecast cloud service. By combining this data with security data from other sources within your infrastructure, you can improve overall threat visibility, detection and alerting.

 

Automated or manual action can then be taken to improve your security posture – directly from the LogRhythm console. These actions can include disabling accounts and updating security policies such as blocked senders and blacklisting or whitelisting of URLs.

 

Combined with Mimecast’s advanced email security capabilities, including Targeted Threat Protection, you'll all benefit from tools designed to deliver the most effective cyber security and resilience.

 

Find out more about the LogRhythm integration with Mimecast, download the data collector tool and access documentation on the API Developer Portal.

 

We also encourage all of you to share your own integration ideas here now in the community!