Member Since 2022
I spent 15 years working in cyber security teams before founding Tines. With Tines, we're building a platform that allows anyone automate their repetitive security workflows without writing a single line of code.
As cyberattacks and threats increase, security teams are finding that their one-size-fits-all security platforms are no longer capable of solving their problem of security workflows.
Since there's no need to learn an entire programming language, getting started with no-code automation actually isn't that difficult.
Job seekers who don't believe you prioritize mental health may not join your company, and current employees whose mental health is impacted by their work environment could leave. But it can't be that bad in cybersecurity right now, can it?
It’s time to change the course of mental health in cybersecurity.
Based on my experience at the forefront of no-code automation, here's how you can maximize its potential for your team.
While no-code automation frees up teams to be more impactful, productive and creative, there’s still confusion around what it is and the benefits it can provide.
Tines is on a mission is to make the lives of security and operations teams on the frontlines easier. We’re achieving this through advanced, contextually aware automation that allows security and operations teams to do their best work, free from alert fatigue and Groundhog Days. Today, some of the world's most important companies trust Tines to automate more than 100,000 actions every day, and we're just getting started.