Mimecast has today announced its API and Alliances program has hit a new milestone and now offers 60 out-of-the-box and custom integrations with security technology partners such as CrowdStrike, IBM Security, Netskope, Palo Alto Networks, Rapid7, ServiceNow, and Splunk. Integrations are designed to allow organizations to gain greater insights into their threat landscape, reducing complexity, minimizing risk, and improving threat detection and response.

Through Mimecast’s robust set of API integrations, organizations can incorporate Mimecast Threat Intelligence into their broader security ecosystem. This integrated threat intelligence helps increase the efficacy of the tools used to protect the enterprise. Additionally, organizations looking to automate repetitive tasks can use Mimecast’s APIs and integrations with SOAR, ITSM, and internal systems to significantly reduce the meantime to remediate.

“A dramatic increase in the volume and success of phishing, business email compromise, and other types of cyberattacks, requires organizations to reevaluate their security controls and processes. The average enterprise organization has 75 security solutions in its ecosystem, which is difficult to manage efficiently if not integrated,” said Jules Martin, vice president, ecosystem & alliances at Mimecast. “More than half of our enterprise customers are using one or more of our pre-built integrations, some as many as five.”

Mimecast recently hosted SecOps Virtual, an event where customers and technology partners explored how to optimize Mimecast and other security investments with high-impact API integrations. Event sponsors CrowdStrike, Netskope, Palo Alto Networks, Rapid7 and Splunk led educational breakout sessions with actionable recommendations. All content is now on-demand and can be viewed here: https://www.mimecast.com/secops-virtual/

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