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Getting the most out of your security tools with automation

In this webcast, Jake Gillen, SOAR Engineer and Julie Rockett, Senior Product Marketing Manager will show you how to coordinate your existing tools to take the ambiguity and inconsistency out of incident response. If you're afraid that full automation is still too risky, we will show you how to pick and choose what to automate and how to maintain comfortable control over your myriad tools. 

When

Thursday, August, 13th, 2020

2:00PM ET

Are you tired of keeping track of 40+ different tools with 40+ different interfaces and logins? Get your infosec tool stack talking with security orchestration and automation.

In this webcast, Jake Gillen, SOAR Engineer and Julie Rockett, Senior Product Marketing Manager will show you how to coordinate your existing tools to take the ambiguity and inconsistency out of incident response. If you’re afraid that full automation is still too risky, we will show you how to pick and choose what to automate and how to maintain comfortable control over your myriad tools. 

You’ll leave this webcast knowing: 

  • Where it makes sense (and where it might not make sense) to automate security functions 
  • How to combat console fatigue, i.e., the logging into and working within multiple consoles
  • How to level the playing field and ensure you’re able to get to all of your alerts

SPEAKERS

Julie Rockett

Senior Product Marketing Manager

Swimlane

Julie Rockett is a Senior Product Marketing Manager at Swimlane. She has a diverse background in all things marketing and product management. She currently leverages her ten years of experience in the security industry to drive messaging, content, and sales enablement tools for the Swimlane platform.

Jake Gillen

Sales Engineer

Swimlane

Jake Gillen has been involved in IT since 1997, starting as a NOC technician and Network Engineer, transitioning to information security work in the early 2000s. Jake attained CISSP certification in 2002, and maintains that certification to this day. Jake is a native San Diegan, but you can usually find him hiding from the sun, reading a book

Bradley Barth

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