Todd Weber, Optiv‘s vice president of partner research and strategy, expects big things for security operations platforms.
“We’ll see security operations platforms consolidate to include security orchestration and automation, full packet analysis, flow analysis, log analysis, big data, threat intelligence, user behavior analytics and automated response functions,” he said. “This will change people’s view on traditional security information and event management (SIEM) technologies and how they fit into security models. This consolidation is important for the industry, as it should free up man-hours, increase response times, and improve efficacy of security operations.”
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