Vice President, Orchestration and Integration
Security Operations require a dramatically increased ability to detect, enrich and respond to events in a much more automated fashion. Orchestration can provide an overarching framework to allow for unification, interoperability and integration across toolsets, existing and future. However, effective orchestration also requires updated security policy and operations. This presentation will describe the power of orchestration and changes to standard operating procedures required to fully take advantage of this emerging capability.