Today's security and IT teams are understaffed and overloaded with tools, techniques, languages, processes … the list goes on. And with the talent shortage growing by the day, it can feel like keeping up is nothing but a pipe dream.
But have no fear: security orchestration and automation (SOAR) is here, and it’s stacking the deck in your favor.
Say not enough security staff to meet the challenges they face
On pace to hit cybersecurity workforce gap of 1.8 million by 2022
Frost & Sullivan, 2017 Global Information Security Workforce Study
How many alerts do you receive per day?
How long does it take you to manually validate each alert to remove false positives? (minutes)
How many of those alerts do you investigate each day?
How long does it take you to investigate and remediate each one? (minutes)
The possibilities are endless. What do you want to automate?
Choose a topic below to learn more.
Automatically scan attachments, URLs, or other suspicious email requests. By automating these initial tasks, your team can focus on mitigating true phishing attacks and educating employees on best practices.
Privilege escalations are often an early indicator of a threat or an attacker in an organization's environment. Automate log review to validate user activity and whether they should or should not have the requested access.
Security teams are bogged down by an overabundance of ransomware, viruses, spyware, and more. Automate the investigation and containment of malware before it does significant damage to your network.
Managing employee permissions is an ongoing challenge that carries significant risk, particularly for users with a variety of permissions across systems. Automate the containment of compromised credentials to protect systems and data within your organization when an incident occurs.
Whether it's due to employees leaving or joining the company, or suspicious user activity, provisioning and deprovisioning accounts is a repetitive, manual task. Integrate with third-party vendors such as Okta and set up workflows to take specific actions on users and assets when triggered.
Orchestrate a vulnerability investigation and patch implementation process from notification to remediation to ensure critical issues are being addressed with every security advisory that comes in.
Today's security processes often require jumping between different communication tools to conduct routine tasks, collect data, and post messages. Connect your existing tools to effortlessly automate the bidirectional flow of information between teams.
Threat hunting can be time-consuming and takes a high skill set. Connect your existing tools and automate enrichment tasks to identify suspicious malware, domains, and other indicators of attack.