Explore our Integrations

Gain the power of security and compliance automation by integrating Compyl with your organization’s technology.

PagerDuty

PagerDuty is an incident response platform designed to alert businesses for disruptions and outages through machine learning and automation. Though Compyl has its own Incident Register, it also pairs well with other incident response tools like PagerDuty. Compyl can pull all incident data directly from PagerDuty and link it to systems, resources and required controls as proper evidence for any security guidelines and frameworks.

GCP (Google Cloud Platform)

GoogleCloud is a suite of cloud computing services that many organizations rely on. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to pull the necessary information an organization needs to meet desired regulatory requirements and IT frameworks. This includes managing the review and approval of any changes to the configuration, access and implementation of the service, approval of any company documents stored in Google Drive, placing ownership and timelines on those reviews, and accessing all user id and access information for automated verification.

DataDog

Datadog is a SaaS-based monitoring and analytics tool for information technology and DevOps teams to determine performance metrics and monitoring of infrastructure and cloud services. Through the Compyl integration, any of the data in DataDog can be retrieved and queried against data from other systems, and manipulated to monitor system performance, track risks and validate any regulatory or organizational needs.

Box

Box is a cloud-based content management, collaboration, and file sharing tool that many organizations rely on. Compyl is able to connect into Box to manage the review and approval of company documents, validate access, and place timelines and ownership of these review tasks across the organization.

BitBucket

SAP

SAP develops solutions that allow effective data processing and information flow across an organization. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to pull the necessary data from any SAP product to meet desired regulatory requirements and IT frameworks.

Bloomberg

Bloomberg is a financial, software, and data company that provides applications such as analytics and an equity trading platform to financial organizations. As many financial service companies utilize Bloomberg’s products and services, much of the required data needed for compliance audits is stored here. Compyl can monitor and pull this data for automated reviews and approvals needed to meet regulatory requirements, and centralize it with other key security data stored on the platform. Compyl can also manage the usage of key licenses to ensure appropriate optimization of license holders.

GL Trade

GL Trade provides real time market data and trading systems to financial institutions. Compyl can monitor usage and pull this data for automated reviews and approvals needed to meet regulatory requirements, and centralize it with other key security data stored on the platform. 

Fidessa

Fedessa provides trading and investment management systems, analytics and market data for organizations in the financial services industry. Compyl can monitor and retrieve this data for automated reviews and approvals needed to meet regulatory requirements, and centralize it with other key security data stored on the platform.

Active Directory

Microsoft Active Directory is a directory service for use in a windows service environment. It authenticates and authorizes users while assigning and enforcing security policies. With the Compyl integration, all users, configurations and services  in AD are monitored in real-time and sent out for regular approvals according to organizational or regulatory specifications.

AWS

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a cloud computing platform providing IaaS (infrastructure-as-a-service) and PaaS (Platform-as-a-service) services. Compyl can pull and monitor any specified data coming in and out of AWS, and send out alerts of any nonconformities throughout the platform. 

Azure

Azure is an IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service), and SaaS(Software-as-a-Service) application management service. Compyl can pull and monitor any specified data coming in and out of Azure, and send out alerts of any nonconformities throughout the platform.

Google Workspace

Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft 365 offers a wide range of products and services for organizations. Some of the most popular products are the MS Office Suite, Microsoft Outlook, SharePoint, and Teams to name a few. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to pull the necessary information an organization needs to meet desired regulatory requirements and IT frameworks. This includes managing the review and approval of any company documents stored in SharePoint or OneDrive, placing ownership and timelines on those reviews, and accessing all user ID and access information for automated verification.

Atlassian

Atlassian makes software development and collaboration tools for organizations – Jira, Confluence, and Statuspage. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to retrieve any key information directly from Confluence, link ISMS tasks allocated in Compyl directly to Jira tickets, and monitor and record incident data from Statuspage.

GitHub

GitHub is an internet hosting and software development tool providing access control, bug tracking and tasks management for organizations. Through this integration, Compyl is able to monitor the access and permissions for users to ensure security requirements are met and secure software development and deployment policies are followed.

Slack

Slack is a communication platform for organizations offering many features to optimize communication efficiencies. Compyl is able to integrate into Slack to send alerts to specific users, such as task reminders, incidents, approvals, etc. 

Auth0

Auth0 is a single sign-on (SSO) solution that authenticates and authorizes identity management. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to collect all user-id and log-in information to be reviewed and verified regularly.

Okta

Okta is a single sign-on (SSO) solution that authenticates and authorizes identity management. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to collect all user id, privileges, and log in information to be reviewed and verified regularly.

CrowdStrike

Crowdstrike is a security, threat intelligence and response solution for organizations. By integrating with Compyl, we can optimize Crowdstrike reports, and query the data specifically to meet the needs of the customer. This data can then filter directly into the Risk and Incident Registers in Compyl as needed.

Workspace ONE

VMware workspace one is an intelligence driven digital workspace platform that allows you to manage any app or device. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to monitor and review usage, identity and configuration data to validate against required frameworks and standards.

ArcSight

Arcsight is a cyber security product that provides security analytics, intelligence for event management and log management. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to pull and manipulate the SIEM data to meet organization needs and desired regulatory requirements and IT frameworks.

QRadar

QRadar is a security information and event management (SIEM) product. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to pull and manipulate the SIEM data to meet an organization’s needs and desired regulatory requirements and IT frameworks.

Splunk

Splunk is a platform to search, analyze and visualize the machine generated data gathered from a website, app, device, etc. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to pull and manipulate the SIEM data to meet an organization’s needs and desired regulatory requirements and IT frameworks.

Jamf

Jamf provides configuration and mobile device management for Apple devices.  It also automates IT administration tasks for system administrators. Compyl can integrate into Jamf to access and verify all users and validate configuration, a key requirement for most security guidelines and frameworks.

Oracle

Oracle is a database management software (DBMS) that allows users to create and manage databases within an organization. Through this integration, Compyl is able to monitor the access and permissions for users to ensure security requirements are met and secure software development and deployment policies are followed.

SQL

MySQL is an open source database management system (DBMS) used for data warehouse, e-commerce, logging applications and database management. Through this integration, Compyl is able to monitor the access and permissions for users to ensure security requirements are met and secure software development and deployment policies are followed.

SalesForce

Salesforce is the world leading customer relationship management (CRM) platform. A large amount of key data and information held in Salesforce is required as evidence for compliance audits. Compyl is able to pull this information directly from the platform and link it to the proper controls to satisfy these requirements, as well as manage any access and user-id approvals.

SecurityIQ (SailPoint)

Sailpoint provides identity management and governance for unstructured data access. Compyl can integrate into Sailpoint to obtain this identity and access data and link it to the proper controls across any desired regulatory requirements and IT Frameworks. It can also validate that the execution of the processes are occuring correctly and IDs are appropriately managed across all integrated systems.

Workday

Workday is a SaaS platform that focuses on human capital management and financial management applications. A large amount of key data and information held in Workday is required as evidence for compliance audits. Compyl is able to retrieve this information directly into the platform and link it to the proper controls to satisfy these requirements, as well as manage any access and user-id approvals.

Tableau

Tableau is a data visualization software provider that focuses on business intelligence. Any data that is collected and in Tableau can be integrated into Compyl, consolidated with additional system data or tested as needed, and tied to security controls to serve as evidence for compliance audits.

Dropbox

Dropbox is a file hosting service that allows users to store, share, and collaborate on projects. Compyl is able to connect into Dropbox to manage the review and approval of company documents, review access, and place timelines and ownership of these review tasks across the organization.

ServiceNow

Servicenow is a cloud computing platform that allows organizations to manage digital workflows for efficient operation management. Compyl can integrate directly into ServiceNow and create tickets that link directly in Compyl’s Information Security Management System (ISMS). This helps to record tasks, track progress, and have real time status data for all allocated work items in Compyl.

Statuspage

Flat Files
(.csv, .xlsx, .xls, .txt, .xml, .yaml)

Compyl has the capacity to retrieve flat files in any common format across any shared space or manually uploaded. This data can then be ingested to review, consolidate with other systems or report on to comply with desired regulatory requirements and IT Frameworks. Compyl can also take user ID lists to validate access is still required to the flat file system

Database Connection

Compyl has the capacity to connect to any database it has network access to. This data can then be ingested periodically to review, consolidate with other systems or report on to comply with desired regulatory requirements and IT Frameworks. Compyl can also take user ID lists to validate access is still required to the system the database services.

LogRhythm

LogRhythm specializes in Security Information and Event Management (SIEM), log management, network and endpoint monitoring and forensics, and security analytics. By integrating with Compyl, we are able to retrieve and consolidate SIEM data an organization needs to meet desired regulatory requirements and IT frameworks.

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