Understanding the Power of SOAR for Government
By now, it’s clear that the shifting cyberattack landscape requires new approaches and tools on the part of the federal government. Agencies must “see,” with a single point of view, all of the activity impacting devices, networks and data under their watch and then respond immediately to the biggest threats first. They should conduct ongoing analysis of vulnerabilities and incidents, not only to help themselves, but also to share the information to help other agencies. What’s more, they need to invest in machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and automation solutions to do all of this swiftly and effectively.
What’s more, they need to invest in machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and automation solutions to do all of this swiftly and effectively.
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