Jessica Groopman at TechTarget’s SearchSecurity forum has a great short post about SOAR, what it stands for and what the potential benefits and pitfalls are. Here is an extract with a link to the full article at the bottom.
“As organizations around the world face a constant and dynamic barrage of cybersecurity threats, the development of tools to accelerate security operations, automation and response, or SOAR, has rapidly increased. SOAR tools are designed for the following functions:
There are two main business incentives for adopting SOAR tools in security programs.
Though adoption success may vary depending on the organization, security leaders can anticipate the following benefits of SOAR implementation:
Read the full article here, where they also list the possible pitfalls. PhishER is a great example of a SOAR product.
With only approximately 1 in 10 user-reported emails being verified as actually malicious, how do you not only handle the phishing attacks and threats—and just as importantly—effectively manage the other 90% of user-reported messages accurately and efficiently? PhishER.
To learn how, get a product demonstration of the new PhishER Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platform. In this live one-on-one demo we will show you how easy it is to identify and respond to email threats faster:
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