As the intensity and sophistication of cyber-attacks, and the complexity of business IT environments continue to increase amid an ongoing worldwide shortage of skilled cybersecurity professionals and a growing number of data protection regulations, many organizations are looking to security automation as a potential solution.
As machine learning and other forms of artificial intelligence have matured, security automation has become increasingly practical, but at the same time it has become increasingly necessary to stem the tide of cyber-attacks that thanks to the same AI technologies are also becoming automated, faster, bigger, smarter, and stealthier.
In the age of increased state-sponsored attacks that can adapt to circumvent existing defense systems, cyber defenders need to automate security as much as possible to speed up incident response processes, improve accuracy, and deal with the high volume of known attacks through automated blocking, quarantining, and remediation so...
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