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Updates from the Tines team.

Updates from the Tines team.

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Anti-Phishing season has begun

Phish.ly combines our security automation platform with the world's most popular URL intelligence tool, urlscan, to automatically analyse suspicious emails for free. Just forward the email to scan@phish.ly, Tines will analyze the URLs with urlscan and send yo…


OneLogin, Tines Community, SOAR Tools & Investing in Research

OneLogin is all over the news this week with its acquisition by One Identity. Read about how they introduced collaboration across their security teams with Tines. Three Teams, Zero Walls


Tines Newsletter - Lacework Webinar, Tutorials and GreyNoise

Register here to join Thomas Kinsella, Founder & COO of Tines, and Ryan Henrich, Director of Engineering at Lacework, as they walk through The current state of remediationWhy automation is critical in the cloudLive demo: the power of automated remediation


Tines Newsletter - Product updates, The Broad Institute, Tutorials, & Competition Winners. Phew!

It's been a long, occasionally hot summer jam-packed with product updates. Our engineering and product design teams have been working hard, rolling out highly requested new features like Dark Mode and other slick improvements to our automation platform.For th…


We’re (officially) cool ✨

We’re proud to announce that we have been recognized as a Cool Vendor in the June 2021 Gartner "Cool Vendors in Security Operations" report.As Gartner analyst Pete Shoard writes:Tines is cool, because it focuses on simplicity in automation — democratizing sec…


Tines newsletter – Tines 101 & 'You Did What With Tines?'

We are delighted to be kicking off a monthly Tines 101 webinar.Whether you've never used our product before or are just getting started, we will go from the basics of what a "Story" and "Action" are, and how complex repetitive workflows can be automated from …


Tines newsletter – Academic Institutions Webinar

Security Automation for Academic InstitutionsJoin us on June 9th at (12pm ET/9am PT) for 'Security Automation for Academic Institutions' as Kevin Davis (Sales Engineer, Tines) and Will Hedglon (Associate Director, Information Security, Broad Institute of MIT …


Tines newsletter – Series B Raise

As some of you may have seen last week, we’re excited to announce that we’ve completed our Series-B, a $26M round led by Addition. Our Series-A investors Blossom Capital and Accel also participated in the round, and we’re delighted to welcome new, strategic i…


Tines newsletter – New Sign In Process

We're rolling out a new authentication scheme that will eliminate a password based login to Tines by utilizing magic links. Now to signup/login, you'll just submit your email address, and a login link will swiftly arrive in your inbox. Additionally, we're pro…


Tines newsletter – Introducing Teams

We built Teams to allow you to invite as many other users as you want to the Tines platform, and to allow you to keep your sensitive and critical stories separate to and private from other users.Create ‘Teams' to manage your stories, credentials and resources…


Tines newsletter – Introducing Community Edition

The Tines community edition is a fully-featured cloud instance of Tines. It’s free to use, requires no up-front commitment and includes a generous automation capacity. Anyone can sign-up and within minutes begin leveraging all the enterprise-grade features of…