Sumo Logic scale up security solutions footprint in Japan
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Sumo Logic scale up security solutions footprint in Japan

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Sumo Logic Cloud SOAR is accessible in the AWS Tokyo region. Sumo Logic is a SaaS analytics platform that enables dependable and secure cloud-native applications. It is the second Sumo Logic security solution that is now offered in the area and Sumo Logic's most recent action to guarantee effective global growth across the Asia-Pacific region.

Last year, Sumo Logic deployed Sumo Logic Cloud SIEM to Japan, Australia and India. With Cloud SOAR now available, Sumo Logic gives access to their award-winning automation solution designed to increase incident response time, boost visibility and improve collaboration across security operations.

By making Cloud SOAR available in the AWS Tokyo region, we demonstrated that we execute at the speed the market expects. With a growing ecosystem of partners and expansion of the security portfolio in Japan, Sumo Logic emerges as the platform to provide security solutions that quickly turn into tangible value for modern security operations,” said Zakir Ahmed, Managing Director of APAC and International Market Strategy, Sumo Logic.

The Open Integration Framework (OIF) facilitates easy platform integrations, a need for modern security operations. The OIF lets Cloud SOAR users to tailor current integrations, establish new integrations from scratch and create and change numerous action types with little to no coding skills. With the OIF, users have the option to connect to any security tool without disturbing typical security operations procedures. OIF removes constraints to modify, integrate, and alter security procedures, allowing clients to improve the automation of repetitive jobs with full control.

Playbooks are only a small part of automation. According to Dario Forte, VP & GM, Orchestration & Automation, Sumo Logic, the introduction of Cloud SOAR to the market indicates the growing demand for security automation and the integration flexibility required to handle security operations in the future.

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