ServiceNow and RSA have joined the MISA program, allowing them to better integrate their solutions with Microsoft security products. In this way, they need to be well prepared for cyber threats.
MISA stands for Microsoft Intelligent Security Association and was launched in 2018. The program was set up for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to better integrate their solutions with Microsoft’s security tools. Integrations can be set up with, among others, Azure Active Directory and Windows anti-malware platform.
Initially MISA was launched with 26 members, but in the meantime the number has risen to 102. For example Citrix, Barracuda Networks and Adobe were already members of the program. During the RSA conference, Microsoft announced that it had welcomed new members, including ServiceNow, RSA and Net Motion.
For example, ServiceNow has set up an integration with Microsoft Graph Security API, allowing customers to automate incident management and response. For this purpose, a number of possibilities are offered on the Now platform, in order to better respond to threats from Microsoft Security Solutions.
Among other things, RSA uses security signals from Azure Active Directory in addition to its own risk score engine. In addition, the security company uses Graph Security API to send signals to its Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) solution.