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Razorpay's Advanced Approach to Threat Correlation & Remediation

In a recent video, Razorpay showcased their groundbreaking ARCTIC tool for automated remediation and Threat Correlation, initially presented at BlackHat USA. As a FinTech giant in India, processing over $100 billion with 10 million merchants, Razorpay faced challenges in managing multiple digital payment streams and monitoring fintech-specific threats. The ARCTIC solution, developed in collaboration with Shoreline, integrates various feeds to manage incidents efficiently, reduce false positives, and enable quick automated repairs. The video features Shoreline's CTO, Charles Cary, and Razorpay's Principal Security Engineer, Ashwath Kumar, demonstrating ARCTIC's effectiveness in enhancing production operations. Contact me for further insights into this innovative collaboration.

I was excited to see Razorpay's recent video posted about their automated remediation and Threat Correlation tool, originally a presentation from BlackHat USA in August.

Razorpay is a FinTech leader in India, processing over $100 Billion annually with 10 Million merchants. When we first met them, they were struggling with the complexity of processing multiple digital payment streams to all the financial institutions they support. Minutes matter in payments. The team was also looking for solutions to monitor fintech-specific threats, avoid false positives, and provide fast automated remediation of live issues.

The security & response solution that was built, ARCTIC, integrates feeds from different sources, manages incidents, handles false positives and ultimately pushes incidents to Shoreline for repair before a human can even open their laptop. You'll see Charles Cary, Shoreline's CTO, in the video alongside Ashwath Kumar, Principal Security Engineer at Razorpay. The ARCTIC solution, coupling pinpoint accuracy in threat detection with rapid remediation from Shoreline, proves the value of a platform approach to production operations.

Reach out to me for more details about this work.

Until next time, Anurag