As cyber-attacks continue to proliferate and evolve, perpetually understaffed SecOps teams face a growing challenge. Every year the need to respond to new classes of threats gives rise to yet another set of specialized security tools adding to the flood of daily security alarms. And while the capabilities that these tools deliver are critical, a lack of integration combined with staffing and skill shortages makes it difficult for security operations teams to effectively leverage them.
Jon Oltsik, ESG Senior Principal Analyst, and Cody Cornell, Founder and CEO of Swimlane, discuss how the security operations and analytics platform architecture (SOAPA) can help overcome these challenges, and why security automation and orchestration (SAO) is a critical component of an effective SecOps strategy.
This webinar covers:
- Operating more effectively through better security software architecture
- Reducing mean time to respond (MTTR) by automating repetitive manual tasks
- Optimizing security infrastructure efficacy through comprehensive orchestration
- Leveraging security-specific key performance indicators (KPIs) to improve SecOps
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“Swimlane allows me to automate my repetitive tasks like data gathering, reporting and responding to false positives. Now, I have more time to spend on higher priority tasks.”
“Swimlane helps me measure, compare and improve the performance metrics of my team. I now know who is doing a great job and who needs a little extra coaching.”
“Different from other security tools, Swimlane’s dashboards and reports provide me with the confidence that the team is properly responding to alerts and attacks. I can justify their effort, results and value.”