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Automate your Security Operations Center (SOC) with Ansible

Automation can help Security Operations Centres to streamline and accelerate many of the investigation and remediation processes performed every single day. Learn how our team uses Ansible security automation to support SecOps and security analysts automating different security platforms to support 3 common use cases: investigation enrichment, threat hunting and remediation.
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