Enterprises today face nonstop attempts to overwhelm or bypass their cybersecurity defenses.
With the volume and sophistication of attacks constantly increasing, many organizations are seeking greater defensive automation, including via autonomous security operations centers and more efficient analysts.
The promise of automating defenses is that it immediately blocks more attacks outright, freeing defenders to focus on responding quickly and decisively so they can counter more serious, emerging threats. Greater autonomation and system autonomy can also help valuable SOC analysts and cybersecurity personnel avoid overload and burnout – be they in-house or working at a managed security service provider.
To deliver on this vision, what are optimal and achievable strategies for using greater amounts of automation? What processes or tasks are suitable for automation?
To what degree can autonomy and automation be effectively used today?
Why do some organizations resist automation and what are effective strategies for driving cultural change?
How is AI altering offense and defense?
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Guided by insights from Dean Robertson, director of engineering for EMEA at Devo, the roundtable will also draw on the experiences of the attendees, who will discuss best practices for helping their organization to effectively realize greater amounts of security defense autonomy and automation.
This session will be:
Director of Engineering for EMEA
Dean and his team are responsible for showing how Devo’s cloud-native data security platform is breaking down the barriers of conventional ELM thinking.
Dean has spent over 30 years in technical, consulting, and leadership roles in Information Technology. His background is varied and covers Development, Server and Storage infrastructure, RDBMSs, Software Configuration Management, Data Management and Automated Testing/RPA. He has been fortunate enough to always work for technology companies that buck the trend, do things differently and, more importantly, do things better – like Devo.
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Devo’s global team works hand-in-hand with their customers to identify and stop threats faster, reduce the burden on security teams, and better protect organizations. Devo is the only cloud-native security analytics platform that combines people and intelligent automation to defend expanding attack surfaces. The Devo Security Data Platform, powered by HyperStream technology, provides the speed and scale, real-time analytics, and actionable intelligence that organizations require to unleash the power of the SOC. It also delivers 100% data source coverage and integrated SIEM, SOAR, and UEBA.
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