Today’s security operations centers (SOC) have to manage data, tools and teams dispersed across the organization, making threat detection and teamwork difficult. There are many factors driving complex security work. Many people now work from home with coworkers in far-away places. The cost and maintenance of legacy tools and the migration to cloud also make this more complex. So do hybrid environments and the multiple tools and vendors in use. Taking all these factors into account, the average analyst’s job has become more difficult than ever. Often, tracking down a single incident requires hours or even days of collecting evidence. That’s where artificial intelligence (AI) in cybersecurity comes in.