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Right Automation to Propel Security Operations

On-Demand | More Data, More Problems: Applying the Right Automation to Propel Security Operations

On-Demand | More Data, More Problems: Applying the Right Automation to Propel Security Operations

As the number and complexity of cyber-attacks continues to escalate, it is clear that traditional approaches to security operations are no longer enough.

Enterprises must embrace innovation to drive secure value to their organization with automation. The latest buzzword in the security lexicon – automation – has been hailed as the key to fundamentally alter how we manage, analyze and execute. The beginning and the end of everything. Sounds crazy, doesn’t it?

There is no automation without data. Nowhere is this truer than in security operations. The foundation of detection and response initiatives, volumes of granular sensor data are analyzed by teams of security analysts to lower the chance that an attacker will slip through the cracks. Yet, there are still plenty of big hurdles to clear.

In this session, Chris Calvert, one of the foremost designers of global security operations centers, will lead a spirited and informative discussion that will lift the hood on what is hype and what is truly transformative in automation for security operations.

Participants will gain insight into the following questions:

  • Are the predictions for automation as the savior for SecOps realistic?
  • If not all automation is created equal, what approach will get us there?
  • When can humans take a back seat to automation and should they?

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