Infoblox TIDE Solution Integrations, built leveraging Infoblox Threat Intelligence Data Exchange (TIDE) Platform, strengthen partner solutions with curated threat feeds drawn from various external and internal sources.
Infoblox and Carbon black integration enables mutual customers to improve advanced threat detection and response times while broadening protection with DNS security.
Infoblox and Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) integration enables mutual customers to create a unified, automated solution that enhances security-response accuracy; expands network, user, and device visibility; and improves overall network operations.
Infoblox and FireEye NX Series integration enables mutual customers to defend against advanced persistent threats (APTs) and helps in pinpointing infected devices attempting to access malicious domains.
Review the Infoblox and ForeScout CounterACT integration enabling security and incident response teams to leverage the integration of NAC, IPAM, and DNS security to enhance visibility, manage assets, ease compliance, and automate remediation.
The Infoblox and Aruba ClearPass integrated solution provides contextual information on new devices and infected hosts, to help prioritize response to threats and reduce time to containment.
McAfee and Infoblox joint solution combines the power of Web and DNS security to deliver comprehensive protection and holistic visibility.
Infoblox and Qualys partner to orchestrate asset management, ease compliance, and accelerate remediation.
The Infoblox and Rapid7 Nexpose integration enables orchestration of asset management, eases compliance, and accelerates remediation.
The Infoblox and ServiceNow integrated solution provides information on new devices and infected hosts in a single interface to quickly respond to network changes and security events.
The Infoblox and Tenable Security Center integration enables orchestration of asset management, eases compliance, and accelerates remediation.
Infoblox updates address groups on Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls with information about currently connected and/or compromised devices. Security policies on Palo Alto Networks next-generation firewalls can be configured to use dynamically updated address groups to provide or restrict access to specific resources as well as turn on monitoring of compromised devices. Benefits of the integration include automate remediation, improve overall security by automatically adding address objects to dynamic security policy and improving security posture while maximizing return on investment for both products.
Infoblox and FortiGate NGFW together enable security and incident response teams to leverage the integration of firewalls and DNS security to enhance visibility, manage assets, ease compliance and automate remediation.
The combined power of Infoblox and Tufin working together helps empower actionable insight into the entire infrastructure, discover security risks more quickly and accurately and investigate and rank security policies, all while improving on the organization’s security and compliance.