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Arctic Wolf Integrates with iManage to Enhance Cybersecurity for Sensitive Data

Arctic Wolf, a global leader in security operations, has announced a significant development in cybersecurity integration. The Arctic Wolf Platform is now the first native cybersecurity platform to integrate with the iManage Knowledge Work Platform. This partnership aims to enhance the security capabilities of organizations using iManage by providing comprehensive monitoring, detection, and response to advanced cyber threats targeting their environments.

Addressing Security Needs in High-Sensitivity Sectors

Organizations in sectors such as law, finance, healthcare, and media manage vast amounts of sensitive documents and emails. These sectors rely on specialized document management tools to ensure the security and efficiency of their data handling processes. iManage Work is a key player in this space, trusted by over 4,000 organizations, including more than 40% of the Fortune 100, to manage and protect their critical information assets.

With the integration of Arctic Wolf's cybersecurity platform, these organizations can now benefit from 24×7 monitoring of their iManage Work environments. This integration with iManage Threat Manager allows for the rapid detection and response to suspicious activities, such as large data exfiltration, bulk security changes on documents, and the abuse of privileged accounts.

Enhanced Security Through Unified Monitoring

Arctic Wolf has established itself as a pioneer in integrating critical business application monitoring into its Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services. By leveraging its open-XDR architecture and a common data model built on the Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework (OCSF), the Arctic Wolf Platform provides a holistic view of a customer's threat surface. This integration enables the platform to combine telemetry from popular business applications like Microsoft 365, Salesforce, iManage, and Google Workspace with data from traditional security sources such as network firewalls, endpoint agents, identity tools, and cloud environments.

This unified approach allows organizations to secure their most valuable data—often the prime target of threat actors—with a level of speed and efficacy not achievable with stand-alone point solutions.

Leadership Perspectives

Dan Schiappa, Chief Product and Services Officer at Arctic Wolf, emphasized the importance of this integration in the current threat landscape: “With the speed at which modern threat actors operate, relying exclusively on traditional security tools to detect targeted attacks against business-critical applications could quickly put an organization’s crown jewel data at risk. At Arctic Wolf, we believe all data is security data, which is why we have led the way in adding integrations for business-critical applications for multiple verticals to our platform. We are excited to partner with iManage and look forward to enabling new security outcomes for our shared customers, so that they can work more productively, collaboratively, and securely.”

Dean Leung, EVP of Digital Enablement and Communities at iManage, echoed this sentiment: “Security is foundational to iManage. Many of our customers leverage the security tools inherent in the iManage platform including Threat Manager and Security Policy Manager for robust security. But, for those seeking to integrate document management-centric threat patterns from the iManage Work platform alongside other critical systems, Arctic Wolf’s unified platform can analyze these systems too. The Arctic Wolf platform along with the team of security operations experts gives customers an added advantage by strengthening their security posture.”

Future Implications

This integration represents a significant step forward in the cybersecurity landscape, particularly for organizations handling highly sensitive data. The combined strengths of Arctic Wolf and iManage provide a robust solution to detect and mitigate threats swiftly, ensuring that organizations can continue their operations securely and efficiently. As cyber threats continue to evolve, partnerships like this will be crucial in maintaining robust security postures and protecting critical information assets.


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