Phish.ly: Democratizing suspicious email analysis with Tines and urlscan
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Phish.ly: Democratizing suspicious email analysis with Tines and urlscan

We’re excited to announce Phish.ly, a free service, built in partnership with urlscan, that allows security teams automate the analysis of suspicious emails. Our hope is that by automating this time-consuming, manual task, teams can refocus on more engaging, higher-impact work.

Eoin Hinchy
Eoin Hinchy
Founder, Tines
Introducing: story runs
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Introducing: story runs

A story run allows you to trace the exact path an event took through a story. It contains the agents and their emitted events allowing you to easily troubleshoot and benchmark your automation stories.

Eoin Hinchy
Eoin Hinchy
Founder, Tines
Announcing the Tines storyboard
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Announcing the Tines storyboard

Continuing our Autumn 2019 feature spotlight, we’re excited to reveal what we consider to be the most significant update to the Tines security automation platform yet: the storyboard

Eoin Hinchy
Eoin Hinchy
Founder, Tines
Introducing ‘send to story’
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Introducing ‘send to story’

Rather than creating the same set of agents in multiple stories (thus violating the DRY-principle), send to story allows users create “sub-stories” to which events can be sent from other stories. When the sub-story receives an event, it will perform its action and when finished, emit an event from the sending agent.

Eoin Hinchy
Eoin Hinchy
Founder, Tines
introducing the tines admin api
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introducing the tines admin api

Starting our deep-dive into new features included in the Tines Autumn 2019 release, we’re proud to announce the Admin API. In this post we’ll explore how the Admin API can be used to manage users, jobs and private templates.

Eoin Hinchy
Eoin Hinchy
Founder, Tines