Who is ATA?

ATA is helping MSSPs and enterprises finally break free of the painful and costly reality we call “alert tyranny” – when the volume of security alerts grows so out of control that it dictates staffing levels and operational business models. Traditional SIEM and INCIDENT orchestration solutions try to address the issue by reducing the time it takes to investigate each incident, but they do not address the volume issue. ATA takes a different approach – we dramatically slash the total number of incidents you need to investigate – freeing customers from alert overload so they can take a more efficient, effective, and strategic approach to security operations.



As we recently migrated from a reseller / consulting model to an MSSP model, we researched a wide range of SIEM and security orchestration platforms. Unfortunately, none of them would give us the level of efficiency our SOC requires. That’s when we found ATA. With ATA and its incident-response engine, we’re able to run a highly efficient and effective SOC operation — while exceeding our customer SLAs — but with less headcount than if we leveraged a traditional SIEM or security orchestration platform.
— VP Operations, Regional MSSP
Our network security team was overwhelmed with the amount of alerts that would number in the thousands per day. By leveraging Advanced Threat Analytics, we have brought down the number of true security incidents that we need to investigate into the single digits.
— Worldwide Retail Organization
There are solutions that promise to save us time and money and never deliver those promises. Advanced Threat Analytics actually delivers on those promises. We start our day in their dashboard and can immediately see what we need to investigate versus manually trying to determine which alerts we need to act on.
— Leading Healthcare facility



“Hey man. How’s things at your new company?” An innocent question from one SOC analyst to another... but it launches a converation that should change your perspective on "build vs. buy" once and for all. ”


February 12, 2018

New Research from Advanced Threat Analytics Finds MSSP Incident Responders Overwhelmed by False-Positive Security Alerts

Incident Responders Waste Hours Each Day Investigating False-Positive Security Alerts; Manpower Requirements Stress MSSP Business Models