D3 Security

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    D3 Security Management Systems is a provider of security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) technology. It offers a SOAR platform that enables standardization and automation of incident response across employees, processes, and technology. In addition, it provides cybersecurity, digital forensics, corporate security, and HR case management solutions. The company caters to the financial services, healthcare, manufacturing, technology, energy, media, and public sector industries.
    TypePrivate
    Founded2004
    HQVancouver, CA
    Websited3security.com
    Employee Ratings3.3

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    Employees (est.) (Nov 2021)117(+3%)
    Cybersecurity ratingAMore
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    Key People/Management at D3 Security

    Gordon Benoit

    Gordon Benoit

    President
    Min Lu

    Min Lu

    Executive VP, Software Development
    Yatao Pei

    Yatao Pei

    Vice-President, Implementation
    Denis Barnett

    Denis Barnett

    Vice-President, Sales
    Jason Hou

    Jason Hou

    Director of Product Development
    Stan Engelbrecht

    Stan Engelbrecht

    Director of Cyber Security Practice
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    D3 Security Office Locations

    D3 Security has an office in Vancouver
    Vancouver, CA (HQ)
    1450-789 W Pender St
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    D3 Security Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    2004
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    D3 Security Operating Metrics

    Jun, 2021

    Industries

    7

    Solutions

    4
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    D3 Security Cybersecurity Score

    Cybersecurity ratingPremium dataset

    A

    92/100

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    D3 Security Blogs

    Guides to SOAR for Different Security Roles

    We recently published three guides to SOAR (security orchestration, automation, and response) that are each specialized to a specific audience. The three audiences are security operations center (SOC) analysts, chief information security officers (CISOs), and managed security service providers (MSSP…

    How SOAR Can Help You Solve Cybersecurity Staffing Issues

    Even before the pandemic completely reshaped the world of recruiting with an explosion of remote work, it was always hard for most employers to attract and retain qualified cybersecurity professionals. Security pros are in high demand, expensive to hire, and—in the average security operations center…

    How to Turn the Lessons of Elite SpecOps into Elite SecOps

    We recently published a new whitepaper titled, How the Principles of the Navy SEALs Can Improve Your Use of SOAR, which you can download here. In the whitepaper, we break down four components of the ethos that allows the Navy SEALs to achieve their goals at a level that is virtually unmatched by any…

    Top SOAR Playbooks for 2022

    In the never-ending fight against cyber criminals, effective SOAR playbooks are one of the most valuable weapons in a security team’s arsenal. Whether they’re pre-built by the SOAR vendor, or honed over time based on internal experience, playbooks can standardize effective responses to common incide…

    The Security Implications of Remote Work

    The shift toward broader acceptance of remote work is undeniable, and no longer tied to the acute dangers of the coronavirus pandemic. It is unclear where the level of remote work will stabilize in the coming years, but it seems very likely to stay much higher than the pre-2020 level. Many major com…

    Why XDR is Not a Replacement for SOAR

    Extended Detection and Response—commonly abbreviated to XDR—was first coined in 2018 and has since become an exciting buzzword in the cybersecurity world. Many vendors now offer XDR, which combines several of their products into one integrated offering. XDR grew out of Endpoint Detection and Respons…
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    D3 Security Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was D3 Security founded?

      D3 Security was founded in 2004.

    • Who are D3 Security key executives?

      D3 Security's key executives are Gordon Benoit, Min Lu and Yatao Pei.

    • How many employees does D3 Security have?

      D3 Security has 117 employees.

    • Who are D3 Security competitors?

      Competitors of D3 Security include Resolve Systems, Perimeter 81 and Sepio Systems.

    • Where is D3 Security headquarters?

      D3 Security headquarters is located at 1450-789 W Pender St, Vancouver.

    • Where are D3 Security offices?

      D3 Security has an office in Vancouver.

    • How many offices does D3 Security have?

      D3 Security has 1 office.