The Past, Present and Future of Security Automation

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Paula Musich of EMA, Cody Cornell and Jay Spann of Swimlane

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Manual incident response processes and difficulty hiring experienced resources leaves security teams struggling to keep up with the growing volume of alerts. Security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) streamlines and speeds up the incident response process by integrating your people, processes and technology. The ability to do more with limited security resources is one of the many reasons organizations around the world are realizing significant value from implementing SOAR. Join Enterprise Management Associates and Swimlane for an in-depth conversation that explores: - The current state of security operations - A brief overview and short history of security automation - How organizations are currently implementing SOAR - Common and not-so-common SOAR use cases - Trends affecting the future of SOAR Register for this webinar to get an in-depth look into the past, present and future of SOAR with research, reports and real-life SOAR customer data supporting these insights.

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Swimlane’s SOAR platform helps organizations manage the growing volume of alerts more efficiently by automating time-consuming incident response processes. The solution collects security alert data from virtually any security platform with minimal effort and then automatically responds to alerts using automated workflows and playbooks.