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How Automation Can Dramatically Improve Your Security Response Program

Automation in Security. Most organizations talk it, but are they really doing it? And if so, how much is really being automated? Where does good automation end – giving way to unsafe choices that can spiral out of control? Where should enterprises draw the line?

Tools designed to enable automatic blocking or isolate a compromised system have been known to inadvertently take down critical business applications, leaving security operations teams wary of "automation." However, there are security tasks that can be safely automated without putting systems or jobs at risk. With more precious time back, security analysts can spend more time hunting and responding to threats.

Join Harold Byun and Piero DePaoli, security operations product leaders at ServiceNow, as they discuss and demonstrate approaches to no‑risk automation that can help you dramatically improve the effectiveness of your security response program. Topics covered during this on‑demand session include:

  • Why automation is critical for efficient enterprise security response
  • A short‑list of repetitive, but necessary tasks that are prime candidates for automation
  • Steps to getting started

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