Today, on an average, it could take up to 313 days to identify and contain a breach indicating that attacks are becoming more complex and sophisticated.
To strengthen incident response, cybersecurity teams today are using more tools (an average of 25 unique security products, per Forrester), from more vendors (10+ vendors, per ESG group).
While automation can reduce repetitive tasks, orchestration provides a single-pane-of-glass view into cyber incidents to coordinate consistent response by integrating with numerous security tools. This enables automatic incident enrichment thereby reducing investigation time and allowing analysts to focus on analysis and response.
As a CISO, you might face the following questions:
- Why do I need security orchestration?
- I have security automation tools. But can automation alone address my requirements?
- How can orchestration strengthen and accelerate incident response?
- Does orchestration help make my security posture proactive?
Join us for a session as we look to address these — and many more — questions that need to be answered to ensure a stronger incident response to rising and more complex attacks.