Core capabilities

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Our core capabilities highlight the most popular stories in Tines by function. It’s a great place to find inspiration for what to build first.

Use case

Endpoint security

Leverage workflows to identify true positive alerts from your endpoint detection tools. Integrate threat intelligence to those workflows to prevent ongoing campaigns or known attacks.

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Security or IT

Data loss prevention (DLP)

Incorporating automated workflows into Data Loss Prevention (DLP) helps you detect exposed or sensitive data and set access restrictions to this data. By creating solutions around these tools you can both detect possible issues and speed up remediation times of DLP incidents.


Cloud security

Workflow automation allows you to rapidly deploy security measures, consistently enforce policy measures, and efficiently detect threats. By implementing workflow automation into your cloud security practices you'll save your team time and ensure compliance while significantly reducing the risk of a data breach or security incident.

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Security or IT

Identity and access management (IAM)

Apply workflow automation for IAM processes like user identity management and verification, real-time access changes, and responding to unauthorized access. In doing so, you're able to implement a more efficient, secure, and compliant process for managing digital identities and access.

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Software or application engineering

Application Security (AppSec)

App sec teams leverage automation to consistently detect, track, escalate, and patch vulnerabilities.If the vulnerability is unknown, you can use the workflow builder to map the patch as you build it for future use. This reinforces your software security posture as part of your software development lifecycle without introducing unnecessary friction.

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Governance, Risk, and Compliance


Successful compliance programs require data collection, user training, and policy enforcement, all of which can be assisted with by automation. Automated tools can continuously gather and analyse data, ensuring up-to-date compliance reporting. From these reports, actions can be taken on non-compliance issues, from alerting users to their actions, or lack thereof, or by allowing compliance officers to enforce actions.

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Asset Management

Workflow automation in Asset Management streamlines the process of tracking and securing digital assets. By automatically cataloging and monitoring all digital components, from hardware to software, it ensures that every asset is accounted for throughout its lifecycle. This proactive approach not only saves time but also enhances the overall security posture by maintaining a reliable, current, and secure asset inventory.

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IT and Security

Employee onboarding and offboarding

With workflow automation, builders significantly reduce the manual hours spent managing onboarding and offboarding processes. Through Tines, you can swiftly handle routine tasks (i.e. creating accounts, assigning access rights, etc.) and reduce friction with other teams waiting for access provisioning. This not only speeds up the process, but also reduces the risk of human error or delays and, in the case of offboarding, mitigates risk of unauthorized access. This makes for a smooth and efficient process for the organization and employees.

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Threat Intelligence

Incorporating workflow automation in your threat intelligence processes allows you to disseminate threat intelligence insights faster. Automation helps you gather and analyze data across resources. Once remediation steps are identified, it helps you respond to those threats consistently and tracks the process in an auditable way. This not only supplements the accuracy of threat detection, but also allows you to focus on strategic risk management.

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Application Security

Patch Management

Assets and vulnerabilities can be detected and managed using various tools. By running automated patching on vulnerable assets, an endpoint and networks can be protected against common attacks. Furthermore, automation can be used to manage and remediate and issues that arise during the patching process.

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User access requests

Handle user access requests at scale with workflow automation. This ensures access requests are routed appropriately for approval, permissions are provisioned or revoked in real-time, and access changes are adequately documented for audits. This reduces manual intervention, accelerates response times, and reinforces your security policies.

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