Security operations teams face an exponentially growing volume of security event data while resources mostly remain static. One great way to help solve issues in this space is automation. Despite the recognized benefits of security automation, however, few organizations leverage automation’s capabilities to their full potential, and those who do often only deploy them partially.
Organizations Are Still Relying on Manual Operations
The reality is that organizations still rely heavily on manual processes, which makes preventing, detecting, containing and responding to cyberattacks more difficult. The challenges organizations without automation face extend beyond technical capabilities, cascading to negatively impact risk management and maintaining employee morale. Effective and sustainable cyber resilience hinges on leveraging greater levels of automation.