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ATA for MSSPs

For managed security service providers (MSSPs), the ATA Platform is an ideal complement to existing SIEM solutions. SIEMs are valuable for aggregating, normalizing and correlating data and logs from many different systems, but they typically generate too many event alerts − due to high false-positive rates − that incident response teams cannot manage them all.

To combat this issue, MSSPs are often forced to add personnel to manage the false-positive problem, which prevents them from being able to invest in more strategic business matters. This creates a situation where false positives dictate a restrictive “Alert Tyranny” business operating model that impairs service and financial health.

 SIEM and incident orchestration vendors reduce “known bad” and the time it takes to investigate an event. ATA reduces the total number of events to investigate — period. And customers can use ATA as a standalone solution or in conjunction with their existing SIEM or incident orchestration tools.    

SIEM and incident orchestration vendors reduce “known bad” and the time it takes to investigate an event. ATA reduces the total number of events to investigate — period. And customers can use ATA as a standalone solution or in conjunction with their existing SIEM or incident orchestration tools. 

 

Ending Alert Tyranny

The ATA Platform ends Alert Tyranny by eliminating 99.9% of the false positives from SIEMs and other security infrastructure components, which enables MSSPs to investigate all legitimate alerts and ensure delivery of outstanding security services. This creates far more flexibility in optimizing operations, while also enabling far greater security effectiveness because time and resources are not being wasted on investigating false positives.

The ATA Platform is deployed in a multi-tenant environment and is managed through both a console and an easy-to-use mobile app. In addition to SIEMs, the ATA Platform can work with any number of security and network components, thus improving the ROI of every element of security infrastructure.