SANS Automation & Integration Survey: What’s Next in Security Automation?

If your team still heavily relies on manual processes or struggles with a lack of skilled resources, tools, and budget, then automation and integration could be the answer to improve your security operations.

Automating everyday security operations will simplify and streamline your team’s workflow and allow it to apply their skills to more complex tasks. Despite the benefits, 59 percent of SANS survey respondents still use little to no automation for key security and incident response (IR) tasks.

Why have organizations been slow to embrace automation?

In Part 2 of this webcast series, Emily Laufer, product marketing manager at LogRhythm, and several industry experts discuss the new SANS survey findings on automation and integration. They’ll discuss what holds most organizations back from automating more security processes and provide advice on the steps teams can take to overcome automation challenges and realize its benefits.

In this webcast, you’ll learn:

  • What key activities respondents want to automate so you can identify gaps in your team’s processes
  • How to work through automation challenges while considering the potential risks of each
  • How to use security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR) to make your team’s job easier and more effective
  • Best practices for integration

Watch now to learn how automation can bring your team, process, and technology together to move your security operations forward.

Part 1 of the series provides the basis for this webcast, including what activities teams are automating and what holds most organizations back from automating more security processes. Watch Part 1 of the series here.

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