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Security Automation

Cybersecurity Automation utilizes Robotic process automation (RPA) to create an able virtual workforce, to handle repeatable tasks that requiring a human worker.

Some tasks which are iterative in nature and can take too long to complete manually. When paired together with an increase in the number of alerts and small security teams, organizations cannot perform efficiently and be at risk of successful attacks.

By using security automation to deal with operational tasks, you remove the human element from the process, which has some significant advantages. Many of the functions performed by an IT security worker can be automated, which include the prevention of threats, detection of threats, and the remedy of threats.

Automation handles these challenges, by deploying software that is designed to handle the massive amounts of manual work, can quickly respond to alerts and can function with minimum user participation.

The bottom line is that automating your cybersecurity will improve the productivity and value of the security team.

Combining machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) is how RPA can enable automation – taking human effort out of the equation.

In essence Implementing Security automation has a direct impact on your security team's productivity.

But which cybersecurity tasks can be automated with an RPA, and how does it benefit system security?

  • Data collection

    RPA increasses the rate of data collection while at the same time reduces the chance of errors in the process.

  • Data analytics

    Implement artificial intelligence and machine learning processes to increase your analytic capabilities. Automatic problem solving utilizing precise analytics, recurring patterns & problem solving.

  • Manual work

    many time-consuming tasks can be freed up to allow IT security staff to prioritize the most important tasks and duties. By freeing up the manual work. The security team is free to focus on the critical and important tasks

  • Automatic reporting

    Security Automation enables effortless aggregation of data and creation of custom tailored reports. Which can then be shared to the relevant stakeholders, compliance auditors, & other personnel. These reports can be scheduled to be created and sent automatically.

  • False Positives

    By automating the process, only the genuinely critical events can be forwarded to a security team member. Thus less time is spent on weeding out the false positives.