Tenzir makes security data easy. Our open-source data pipelines make connecting security tools plug-and-play.
Tenzir is a Hamburg-based security startup working at the intersection of cybersecurity and data, built around our open-source project, VAST.io. We've redesigned security operations from the ground up with our open-source security-native data engineering solution to support security teams with a rock-solid, future-proof foundation for threat detection, investigation, and hunting.
Tenzir’s mission is to make security operations plug-and-play. Our platform simplifies the process of connecting security tools by allowing users to create powerful data pipelines to implement important detection and response use cases using just a few building blocks.
Features include security-native data operators for easy construction of powerful data pipelines, decentralized deployment with federated detection and investigation, and everything built on open source & open standards.
With Tenzir, data wrangling becomes a thing of the past, and lets security teams focus on hunting threats.
Tenzir has been built from the ground up to address the needs of modern security teams and the challenges they face in managing and analysing data.
Users can quickly deploy powerful data pipelines to integrate security technologies like Zeek or Suricata and implement crucial detection and response use cases. Using simple plug-and-play building blocks designed to speed up data operations for typical security use-cases, pipelines can be managed, maintained and monitored as code.
The platform is distributed and decentralized, supporting federated detection and investigations by pushing computation to the edge. Tenzir is built on open-source using open-standards, for a future-proof security operations architecture without vendor-lock in.
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