Security automation is maturing, but many firms not ready for adoption
The security automation industry is still in its infancy, with most vendors just a year or two old, but there are already some promising technologies that enterprises can put to use — if they have already laid the required ground work.
The main problem that security automation is designed to address is that there are so many attack attempts coming in, so quickly, that human beings just can’t keep up.
Then there’s the enormous amounts of money cybercriminals are bringing in from ransomware and other attacks that allows them to invest in new kinds of attacks, the threats posed by nation-states, and the massive staffing shortage.
It’s a perfect storm.