Israel’s Vulcan Cyber Joins Microsoft Intelligent Security Association
Israeli cybersecurity and management developer Vulcan Cyber has joined the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association (MISA) to expand its risk management platform to a larger customer base, the company announced recently.
Assembled in 2018, MISA represents a nominated network of cybersecurity companies that collaborate with each other to optimally integrate their modern security solutions with the most frequently used Microsoft platforms.
Vulcan Cyber’s platform integrates with Microsoft Defender for Endpoint, an enterprise endpoint security platform used to prevent, detect, investigate, and respond to advanced threats among enterprise networks.
The integration of Vulcan Cyber’s security technology will provide customers with a packaged service that includes Microsoft’s detection and remediation capabilities and Vulcan’s risk management platform, which is designed to coordinate actionable mitigation campaigns, prioritize vulnerabilities, and deploy orchestration playbooks based on Microsoft Defender for Endpoint findings.
Vulcan Cyber was founded in 2018 to streamline business operations by eliminating critical cybersecurity risks caused by vulnerabilities using its continuous vulnerability remediation platform. Last March the company brought its total funding to $35 million following a Series B funding round led by Dawn Capital and Wipro Ventures alongside investments from YL Ventures and TenEleven Ventures.