Choosing the right platform to build your agency’s security operations center is arguably more important than choosing any point security product. But are you aware of the criteria you should consider when evaluating which Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platform to choose? Download the buyer’s guide to learn how.
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Cognitive automation is emerging as an effective business tool for automating complex tasks involving data bases that aren’t well structured. A type of artificial intelligence, cognitive automation will grow 57 percent annually between 2016 and 2022, analysts predict.
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Automation Anywhere uses multiple protocols to ensure the security of robotic process automation (RPA) tools, a form of artificial intelligence that enables complex business processes involving unstructured data. Security measures include mandatory authentication requirements (for humans and bots) before allowing system access or action; multi-layered credentials and personas; and comprehensive role-based access control.
Brazil’s Minister of Finance contracted with Automation Anywhere to automate production of daily economic reports. The solution was to seamlessly combine data from multiple disparate sources, reducing the time and labor required to produce critical reports that the government uses to formulate and implement Brazil’s economic policy.
One of the biggest challenges facing IT ops in agencies today is the lack of visibility across the entire infrastructure. Download this report by Gartner to learn the four-step approach to developing an IT operations monitoring strategy.
High-performing companies that acquired advanced technology and obtained “superior business outcomes” also adopted robotic process automation solutions, according to an analysis by Everest Group Research. Relative to their peer organizations, the more successful organizations had better business metrics and strategic outcomes. Those companies also tended to develop new business capabilities across the organization.
The hype around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) has exploded, sometimes overshadowing the real uses and innovations happening at agencies today. The reality is that applying AI and ML to data-dependent challenges presents the opportunity for better security, faster innovation, and overall improved efficiency.
The journey to modernization has its challenges, including an increase in events that are more difficult to monitor due to a diverse hybrid cloud/legacy infrastructure. Real-time IT monitoring tools lead to earlier detection and fewer critical events that could place an agency’s mission at risk. Download the research report to learn more.
The threat landscape is evolving and increasing in size. Cyberthieves are trying new techniques and methods for exploiting humans and devices. Ensure your agency is staying ahead of these security threats with these 3 keys to an analytics-driven security approach.
Leaders of organizations are turning to robotic process automation and other advanced technologies – artificial intelligence, cloud technology and big data – to transform their businesses. As the number of bots performing automated tasks increases, an emerging “bot economy” of interchangeable applications could drive economies of scale and further reduce costs.
San Diego’s Health and Human Services Agency chose Automation Anywhere to streamline its process for qualifying applicants to government assistance programs. Without rewriting code, Automation Anywhere integrated legacy applications and automated the qualification process. Integrating the legacy system lowered verification times, costs, risks and errors.
What cognitive automation is, why you need it, and how to do it right.
Adding cognitive capabilities to robotic process automation (RPA) is the biggest trend in business process automation since, well, RPA. In this eBook, you’ll learn how to succeed with cognitive automation by following six basic steps.