Cortex XSOAR marketplace from Palo Alto Networks

Palo Alto Networks' new Cortex XSOAR marketplace

Mumbai: Cortex XSOAR marketplace is Palo Alto Networks’ extended security orchestration, automation and response platform. It helps security teams to simplify and harmonise security operations across their entire enterprise.

The new marketplace enhances customers’ ability to discover, share and make greater use of automation across their organisation.

The marketplace allows them to tap into an extensive community of industry experts to help solve their toughest security automation challenges by choosing content packs.

Cortex XSOAR Marketplace screen shot
Cortex XSOAR Marketplace screen shot ( Source – Palo Alto Networks)

These content packs are rigorously checked for quality and security, according to Palo Alto Networks. Code42, Google Chronicle, Illusive Networks, Infosys, Recorded Future, RiskIQ, SafeBreach, Sixgill, Tufin, and Wipro are among many partners to launch their content packs in the marketplace.

“Collaboration across the cybersecurity community is critical to defending against advanced attacks. When organisations share best practices, tools, and procedures, everyone benefits,” said Jon Oltsik, Senior Principal Analyst and fellow – Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG).

“SOAR systems already integrate and automate key processes and technologies, and now the Cortex XSOAR Marketplace can further amplify the value of the XSOAR platform community by making it more effective for all,” added Oltsik.

“Cortex XSOAR allows our customers to help solve complex security issues and take full advantage of their existing investments in security technology,” said Slavik Markovich, SVP – Product Management, Cortex XSOAR – Palo Alto Networks.

“Now, with the new Cortex XSOAR Marketplace, our customers can leverage industry experts and the power of the community to help solve their toughest security use cases,” added Markovich.

Palo Alto Networks’ new Cortex XSOAR marketplace has content packs from top cybersecurity providers, bolstering more than 450 existing integrations currently available to customers.

Palo Alto Networks is inviting experts to develop new orchestration playbooks in the world’s largest SOAR hackathon: Automation Rising 2020 running from August 4 to October 30 with prize money of $60,000.

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