Security orchestration is a buzz topic surrounded by a lot of confusion around how to orchestrate, especially when it comes to the role of automation — two terms thrown around interchangeably.
Why is orchestration such a big deal? There are several reasons: The security industry has moved beyond a pure preventative approach. The attack surface is too large, and the threat landscape is evolving too rapidly and growing in complexity and sophistication. Add to that the human element — 43% of data breaches utilize phishing according to Verizon’s Data Breach Report 2017 — and it becomes clear that trying to prevent every attack is like playing whack-a-mole.
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