Security Operations Made Painless

Panther alleviates the pain of traditional SIEM with detection-as-code, a robust security data lake, and huge scalability with zero-ops.

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Uncompromising Security

Built for Scale

Process and retain all of your security data with zero-ops and cloud-first workflows

Real-Time Alerting

Identify suspicious activity as soon as it happens across your entire environment


Build a high-fidelity alerting pipeline with Python, version control, unit tests, and CI/CD

Security Data Lake

Transform raw logs into a structured data warehouse for security at scale


Leading Security Teams Trust Panther

Panther Labs Named to the Enterprise Tech 30

Inductees to the ET30 are on a fast track of growth to change how business is done and are expected to be future IPOs and multi-billion dollar exits.

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Panther Labs Earns Great Place to Work Certification™

Great Place to Work Certification™ is recognized worldwide by employees and employers alike and is the global benchmark for identifying outstanding employee experiences. 

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Research and Insight Into Cybersecurity

Modernize detection engineering with Detection-as-Code

If you’ve ever been around security operations, you can probably relate to at least one of these: As a security practitioner, you create a new detection, turn it on, grab a coffee and wait for the adversary. Five minutes later, your new alert generates 100(0)+ false positives that you have to clean up. A pen […]


Automating Detection and Response with Panther and Tines

How to use Panther and Tines to generate alerts on suspicious activity, get answers from end-users, enrich data, and leverage automation to save time to focus on the issues that matter most: improving the security of your organization.


Discord’s Kathy Wang on Building and Managing Security Teams

Kathy Wang is the CISO at Discord, an internationally-recognized malware expert who has researched, developed, evaluated, and operationalized various solutions for detecting and preventing client-side attacks used by advanced persistent threats (APT)