SIRP is a Risk-based Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platform that fuses essential cybersecurity information to enable a unified cyber response. Through a single integrated platform, it drives security visibility, so decisions can be better prioritized and response time is dramatically reduced. With SIRP, the entire cybersecurity function works as a single, cohesive unit.

SOAR solutions derive several key benefits when connected to automated threat intelligence.

Detect Threats Earlier: Real-time alerts on active and emerging threats drive proactive defense efforts by identifying threats earlier and providing insight into risk sources, relevance, context, and severity. When threat intelligence feed is given into your SOAR solutions, you can be even more proactive in identifying and mitigating threats.

Increase Security Team Efficiency: Direct access to source material gives IT security teams the context needed to act fast when making remediation decisions — and the confidence that they are taking the right path. This confidence extends to determining how best to proceed with containment, mitigation, and ongoing protection efforts. Integration with a SOAR solution would similarly increase efficiency.

Resolve Incidents Faster: Access to contextualized intelligence replaces manual research that can drain IT resources. SOAR solutions, combined with the right threat intelligence, can resolve incidents faster by reducing research time and improving security team efficiencies. Many IT security teams have improved threat resolution times by 63% after integrating Recorded Future into their workflows — and incident response times would only drop further when incorporating threat intelligence into a SOAR solution.

SIRP’s modular architecture support more than 70+ applications with coverage of 350+ APIs, enabling security teams to connect and coordinate complex workflows across different teams and tools. Powerful abstraction allows security teams to focus on what they want to accomplish, while the platform translates that into tool-specific actions.

SIRP helps organizations implement an intelligence-driven defense by focusing on addressing the fragmentation problem across information, people, technology, and process.


For relevant information to be refined into usable intelligence, it must be available to be correlated, enriched, and contextualized. You must remove the silos segmenting relevant data by creating a common source of record for it. SIRP does this by aggregating internal and external information so that it can be refined into intelligence usable for informing decisions. Internally sourced information, details of an IR investigation, notable events from the SOC, or even curated intelligence from an in-house team is often the most valuable part of the feedback loop SIRP enable.


Like data, the various functional teams within your security organization (IR, SOC, Intel, Risk, Executives, etc.) also need the silos taken down from around them. They need access to relevant information from other teams, and intel sharing communities outside your organization. They also need to be able to work seamlessly together with a dynamic workflow. SIRP facilitates this by allowing teams to provide tips and tasks to each other, create and funnel intelligence to relevant functional organizations, and create reports for executive decision makers based on threats to the organization.


Most organizations today have a very heterogeneous and disconnected set of point defensive technologies. For most, coordinating action across them means coordinating tickets between IT and various facets of the security team. SIRP enables organizations to coordinate intelligence-driven action and automation across our ever-growing library of applications and integrations.


Once you have removed the silos between information, people, and technology, SIRP enables you to streamline your processes with playbooks that leverage both internal and external intelligence to inform action for your teams and your technology as well as learn from past experiences.

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