Organizations are building security automation capabilities to keep up with the changes in cyber-attacks. This includes automated collection and analysis of internal and external intelligence data, orchestrated intelligence-integrated security infrastructure, automated incident response analysis and actions, and frequent automated penetration testing.
Listen to Justin Swisher, Security Strategy Manager at Anomali, and Ty Miller, Managing Director at Threat Intelligence Pty Ltd, discuss how to:
- Understand the driver behind security automation and why it is so important
- Utilize security automation to maximize your security skills, resources and budgets
- Streamline your operations security process team through automated intelligence correlation and contextual awareness
- Handle vast amounts of threat intel via security automation