SOAR

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What is SOAR? And how does it improve threat detection and remediation?

SOAR (Security Orchestration, Automation and Response) refers to the convergence of three distinct technology markets: security orchestration and automation, security incident response platforms (SIRP) and threat intelligence platforms (TIP). SOAR technologies enable organisations to collect and aggregate vast amounts of security data and alerts from a wide range of sources.

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CrowdStrike and Siemplify: SOARing with the Falcon is Now Easier Than Ever

Combining security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) and endpoint detection and response (EDR) is a no-brainer. CrowdStrike has been the greatest evangelist of the 1-10-60 security benchmark (that’s one minute to detect a breach, 10 minutes to triage it, and 60 minutes to contain it), and with most companies falling considerably short of this benchmark, automation and orchestration can bring you that much closer.

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Current Events Have You Worried? Our Program Development Services Can Help.

Sometimes the hardest part of any project is getting started. But when it comes to strengthening your security operations program, the escalation of cyberattacks over the last few months have shown us there’s no time to waste. You need to make sure you’re leveraging threat intelligence throughout your security operations to understand your adversaries, strengthen defenses, and accelerate detection and response.

Logsign SOAR

The Logsign Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) provides you to streamline your security operations & improve the maturity of your security stack on a centralized and comprehensive platform. Automate your workflows, orchestrate your tools and people, reduce response times.
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Streamlining Security Incident Management & Responses

In order to get a grasp on how to ease security incident management and response processes, there are terms to be clarified first. First of all, a security incident is the common name of an attack towards an organization’s cybersecurity system, network, or data in general. In addition, TechSlang also includes successful attacks within the term “incident”. Therefore, whether impactful or not, all types of attacks, violations, or exploitations can be described as security incidents.

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SOAR Tools: What To Look For When Investing In Security Automation Tech

Organizations may use security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) to streamline security operations in three main areas: threat and vulnerability detection, incident response, and security-operations automation. Teams may use automation to increase efficiencies and maintain control of IT security functions from a single platform. SOAR solutions also allow for process execution, performance gap analysis, and machine learning to aid analysts in intelligently accelerating operations.

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Empower your Security Team to Master SANS' Top Skillsets: Investigative Tasks

We all know the security industry mantra: it’s not a matter of if, but when and how we’ll be attacked. Recent reports of intrusion activity increasing fourfold in the last two years and a raft of alerts warning of a rise in attacks on schools, hospitals and healthcare providers, and critical infrastructure companies during the global pandemic have only reinforced this.

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A Taste of SOAR Own Medicine: Inside Siemplify's New Network & Security Operations Center, A Nerve Center Powered by Its Own Product

When Siemplify revealed roughly a year ago that it was launching Siemplify Cloud, an industry-first, cloud-native version of its security orchestration and automation (SOAR) platform, the announcement was about more than a product. “We had to change all our mindsets as a company,” recalls Alon Cohen, Siemplify co-founder and CTO. “There are different processes between being a SaaS (software-as-a-service) company and an on-premises company.”

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Simplify Automation and Orchestration with a Data-driven Approach to SOAR and XDR

On the heels of announcing the closing of $22.5 million in new financing as a result of strong performance in 2020, I’m proud of our team’s latest innovation that we’re announcing today, ThreatQ TDR Orchestrator is a new data-driven approach to SOAR and XDR that accelerates threat detection and response across disparate systems for more efficient and effective security operations.

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Why answering the question of orchestration vs automation will improve your security effectiveness

The investment in security operations is at an all-time high. AustCyber’s ‘Australia’s Cyber Security Sector Competitiveness Plan’ shows spend on security operations makes up more than 40% of all cybersecurity spend ($1.58B in 2018), with cyber spending growth outpacing IT spending growth by nearly two to one.