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How to Have a More Professionally Rewarding Workplace with Automation

I love automation. Seriously, what could be more satisfying than tricking a machine into doing all the things you don’t want to do using only the power of your mind? Paying bills, brewing coffee, making appointments, ordering food… it’s like being Tom Sawyer without all the manipulation and questionable ethical choices.


Torq Achieves 800% Revenue Growth and 10x Customer Growth Across 2022, and 1,000,000+ Daily Security Automations

Torq, the security automation leader, today announced 800% revenue growth and 10X customer growth in its second year of operation in 2022, and hitting the milestone of 1,000,000+ daily security automations. Torq also announced the Torq Advisory Board featuring global cybersecurity visionaries, and the appointment of Paulo Veloso, Vice President of Sales, Americas. Recently, Torq has also released critical industry-leading capabilities with the introduction of Parallel Execution and Torq Insights.

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Global Survey Reveals Cybersecurity Budgets Should be Spent on Security Operations in 2023

It’s been splashed across headlines and popped up in social media statuses — organizations are evaluating budgets and laying off staff. These layoffs, which have hit departments like marketing and IT across a variety of industries, are more than anecdotal. Our global survey, which took responses from 920 decision makers at enterprises with more than 1,000 employees showed that there is a major shift happening in internal spending and hiring.


The Limitations of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR)

Every IT environment – whether it’s on-prem or in the cloud, and regardless of how it’s designed or what runs in it – is made up of endpoints. That’s why Endpoint Detection and Response, or EDR, has typically been one of the pillars of cybersecurity. EDR helps businesses monitor each of their endpoints for security risks so that they can detect problems before they escalate to other endpoints.

Is Network Evidence Really Needed for Security Operations?

Networks are the transport fabric for all IT however in the modern world they have become harder to access and monitor. Attackers inevitably leave traces on the network, and for this reason defenders understand the value of high-quality network evidence. But given the rise of encryption, digital transformation, Zero Trust architectures, and SASE… is it even feasible to collect network evidence anymore? Maybe we should throw in the towel and do without it?

CircleCI Breach: How to Rotate All Stored Secrets ASAP

Yesterday, CircleCI, a Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery (CI/CD) service, notified the world it had been breached via a critical advisory from its CTO. As a major software delivery pipeline service, CircleCI users store myriad credentials for various services in CircleCI’s “Secrets Store” infrastructure.


Jason Chan on How Torq Overcomes Cybersecurity's Biggest Challenges

Jason Chan is one of the world’s foremost cybersecurity authorities and we’re extremely proud to have him as a member of the Torq Advisory Board. He’s a pivotal figure in driving adoption of security automation best practices at many companies, including Netflix, where he led the information security organization.


The What, Why and How of Auto-Remediation in Cybersecurity

When you’re facing a cyberattack, waiting even just minutes to respond could be the difference between business as usual and a calamity. It may only take that long for threat actors to exfiltrate sensitive data or disrupt critical systems. That’s one reason why automating remediation is an essential ingredient in an effective cybersecurity strategy.


Torq Users Hit 1,000,000+ Daily Security Automations

Security automation is an increasingly critical element in optimizing enterprise cybersecurity postures. Today, Torq announced its users are executing more than 1,000,000 daily security automations using our security automation platform – a major milestone that underlines the traction and importance of unifying today’s complex security stacks.