About this webinar:
Many of today’s organisations are already seeing the impact Artificial Intelligence (AI) can have in helping protect them from cybersecurity threats. Through machine learning, deep learning and other technologies, AI can handle large volumes of data to detect, analyse and respond to incidents as well as reducing false positives and manual time-consuming tasks.
In a Security Operations Centre (SOC), which continually monitors and analyses an organisation’s security posture, automating certain activities can help optimise, augment and speed up threat detection and resolution.
Security analysts often have to manage large volumes of data across different platforms and in many cases do not have the resources to match. The rise in remote working has only added to this workload, with teams now tasked with securing numerous remote devices.
The real value comes when AI is combined with human expertise, taking on time-consuming or repetitive tasks that benefit from AI’s ability to make sense of large data sets and leaving analysts to focus on higher level analysis and decision-making.
This webinar, which features bespoke research from Computing, will explore how organisations are running their security operations centres, how IT leaders can build a modern SOC with a strong response plan using automation, and what the future holds for automation in cyber security.