2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ SIEM
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Senior Director, Engineering
Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) have been buzzwords in the cybersecurity industry for quite some time now, and many still confuse them as being the same thing. This blog post aims to clear up the confusion around these two terms, as well as to provide some insights into their importance in the cybersecurity world.
Every year security operations teams continue to report that one of the biggest obstacles they face when trying to protect their organization is the lack of qualified security staff. With the security threats targeting these organizations continuing to grow in sophistication, this deficiency has evolved from an inconvenience to a full-blown epidemic.
Although the exact features and capabilities of Security Orchestration Automation and Response (SOAR) platforms on the market will vary from vendor to vendor, there are certain core features and capabilities that they should all inherently possess. Depending on the unique set of challenges and pain points that your organization is facing, some functions might prove more important than others in trying to achieve your overall security program objectives. This blog post will briefly explain the four core functions of SOAR technology with the aim of helping you to align them with your organization’s security goals.