Maintaining effective monitoring and consistency is difficult when relying on human beings. There is an overwhelming amount of security alerts and there already is a gap in the number of tier-one security analysts to investigate those alerts that organizations can hire and afford. In normal times, analysts dislike this part of their job, they aren't particularly good at it, and during a crisis like this, they are likely distracted and not as effective as they could be.
It is crucial for organizations to automate security functions and reduce their reliance on personnel. In this guide, you'll learn how to implement an automation plan that:
- Gets your team in-front of potential security threats faster
- Helps evaluate and prioritize automation projects for maximum return
- Provides a practical security incident workflow to get you started on your automation journey
- Reduces Security Analyst churn and improves overall job satisfaction