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Swimlane today announced the release of Swimlane Cloud, the first cloud-scale, low-code platform for security automation that is available as software-as-a-service (SaaS). Swimlane Cloud provides a new way for security teams to implement the industry’s most capable security automation platform, harnessing the knowledge of the entire security organization to enable everyone to create sophisticated security automation use cases, while centralizing operational data as a system of record.
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Security teams today are challenged to keep up with the deluge of tasks associated with security processes across the entire organization and to keep top security talent highly-engaged. Swimlane’s low-code security automation platform improves the ease with which security teams can overcome process and data fatigue by delivering the power and capability of Swimlane’s award-winning automation platform as a cloud service. In addition, customers will have access to the same functionality delivered by Swimlane’s on-premises solution, including visibility into the performance, capacity, and value of the organization’s security strategy with self-service dashboards, granular reporting, and extensive visualization capabilities.
Key Low-Code Features Help Security Teams Do the Impossible
Swimlane provides a robust application development capability for use cases ranging from the simple drag-and-drop data entry and business logic to extremely complex, sophisticated use cases that meet the needs of the enterprise.
“Today every company is a technology company and at the same time, security is having an unprecedented impact on businesses and their bottom line, making cybersecurity a company-wide issue,” said Cody Cornell, co-founder and chief strategy officer, Swimlane. “With this launch, we enable anyone at any organization to contribute their knowledge and expertise to the protection of the organization, all while reducing the level of effort and total cost of ownership in achieving what was previously impossible security goals.”
Swimlane Cloud was launched today in conjunction with Swimlane’s new Medley Partner Program making this offering available through its channel partners, managed security service providers (MSSPs) and value-added resellers (VARs) worldwide.
Swimlane Cloud is now globally available. To learn more and schedule a demo, visit
About Swimlane
Swimlane is the leader in cloud-scale, low-code security automation. Supporting use cases beyond SOAR, Swimlane improves the ease with which security teams can overcome process and data fatigue, as well as chronic staffing shortages. Swimlane unlocks the potential of automation beyond the SOC by delivering a low-code platform that serves as the system of record for the entire security organization and enables anyone within the organization to contribute their knowledge and expertise to the protection of the organization. For more information, visit
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