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Dario Forte started his career in IR as a member of the Italian police, and in that role he worked in the US with well-known government agencies such as NASA. He is one of the co-editors of the most relevant ISO Standard (SC 27) . Dario Holds 5 patents, he has an MBA from the University of Liverpool, plus executive education at Harvard Business School.
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No-code vs. low-code and near-no-code security automation
SOAR Market Guide 2022: What does the Gartner research say?
Are we sure that SOAR is at a crossroads?
I recently had the opportunity to discuss state-of-the-art technologies to support security operations with industry analysts. I asked questions and confirmed that the current view of SOAR (security orchestration, automation and response) and SIEM (security information and event management) goes well beyond the security operation center (SOC).
Overwhelmed: why SOAR solutions are a game changer
Sumo Logic recognized as a leader in the GigaOm Radar Report for Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR)
5 reasons why security automation won't replace skilled security professionals
The state of SOAR: What to expect in 2021
Our vision for Cloud SOAR and the future
4 ways to distinguish a top SOAR platform
Integrating lessons learned into Incident Response
Five critical components of SOAR technology
In our previous two blogs, we looked at some of the most common problems a Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) Technology is designed to solve and the three pillars of a SOAR solution. We will round out this three-part series by taking a more detailed look at some of the most critical SOAR Technology components any SOAR solution should possess. While some of these components may be more critical than others to individual organizations, each plays an important role in the overall function of a SOAR solution and should be considered when evaluating different platforms.
3 core pillars of a SOAR Solution
In our first blog in this series, we looked at some of the key drivers for Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) adoption and what problems SOAR technology can help solve. Now, let’s look at the 3 core pillars which define what a SOAR solution is: Orchestration, Automation and Measurement.
How SOAR helps PSPs effectively comply with PSD2 regulations
5 questions to ask before investing in a SOAR solution
The increase in the number and complexity of cybersecurity threats and attacks in the last several years is continuing to heavily influence enterprise security decisions. As well as seeing the growing business need, the significant benefit that Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) technology can offer security operations and incident response teams is now truly being realized.