Tracelay Supercharge security operation center with automated processes for any security use case, today. Easily build playbooks through a visual drag-and-drop interface that features thousands of automatable actions across security products, conditional paths, manual tasks and human approval for sensitive automations.


Security orchestration layer we use as a solution that comes with a library of plugins for the most-used technology and a set of pre-built workflows for common use cases, enabling us to easily connect our technology stack and automate across our security and IT processes.


By pairing automation with orchestration, we can set up rules to handle some of the most common events as soon as they occur. For instance, we can configure the software to check network traffic against a regularly updated list of malicious domains. If a machine in our environment repeatedly attempts to contact one of these domains, the software can automatically quarantine it until an analyst is available to investigate. In the meantime, the rest of the network is protected from the suspicious endpoint. Incident investigation and other security processes can grind to a halt when teams aren’t able to collaborate easily, such as when teams throughout an organization store data in different formats and use different software. SOAR helps you eliminate these barriers to collaboration. Sets of rules & actions called playbooks enable SOAR platforms to take action automatically when a particular kind of incident occurs. Using this functionality, you can set up automated responses for the most common incident types.


Response is the last phase in the event pipeline. Any event reaching this point has become a confirmed alert that requires action. Cross-verification of the threat has already been performed, so action must be taken to counter the threat.

SOAR is not here to replace humans, as there are certain aspects of cyber security work best understood and contextualized by humans, rather than machines.