RANT Radio- Rise of the robots: are SOC teams going to be beaten up by robots?

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Tom Odams, Charlie Timblin, Rebecca McKeown, David Calder, James Hanlon

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If you are sat eyeballing the latest machine learning tool wondering if it can automate you into a job in retail, you are not alone. Increased attacks and black swan induced digital transformation mean life in the SOC is now all about one thing: fast judgements on lots of attacks. This often leads to the obvious conclusion: more automation. Does this mean front-line teams are no longer relevant? What do humans bring that automation never can? // Speaker Panel: - Charlie Timblin - Vice President Cyber Strategy & Transformation at Refinitiv - Rebecca McKeown - Chartered Psychologist and Director of Mind Science Ltd - David Calder - Chief Product Officer at Adarma Ltd - James Hanlon - Director, Security Specialization & Advisory, EMEA at Splunk Inc
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