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  • How Security Automation Can Reduce Patch Management Cycle Time And Risk

    By Tom Young, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales Ask any Security or IT professional and they will tell you that patch management is a never-ending process of identifying and remediating ongoing vulnerabilities that often lead to security breaches. Spectre and Meltdown are prime examples...

  • Top 3 Takeaways from the Gartner Risk & Security Summit

    By Tom Young, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales As the leaders of the security industry depart Washington’s National Harbor this week, it’s time to reflect on the top themes from this year’s conference. It’s a small world after all, for security vendors too Everyone’s...

  • Top 3 Surprises from RSA 2018

    By Tom Young, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales Like most of the Security world, we’re fighting off the post-RSA backlog, with a renewed enthusiasm for protecting the world’s information as well as the continuing growth of our platform. To say RSA has outgrown itself...

  • 5 Reasons for “Spring Cleaning” your SOC

    By Tom Young, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales Spring Cleaning. It’s that time of year. Pull the furniture away from the walls, clean out behind the couch and get rid of all the clutter that’s been building up for months. Fun times.  But truth be...

  • Top 3 Barriers to Effective Security Orchestration

    By Tom Young, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales Security Operations orchestration is very top-of-mind for CISOs and their SOC leadership thanks to the ever-increasing complexity and speed of the threat landscape, Splunk’s recent acquisition of Phantom Cyber and Gartner’s formalization of the Security Orchestration,...

  • Top 3 Indicators You’re Ready for Security Automation

    By Tom Young, Executive Vice President of Worldwide Sales Winston Churchill famously spoke of readiness in his “finest hour” speech, “To each there comes in their lifetime a special moment when they are figuratively tapped on the shoulder and offered the chance to do a...