Security encompasses a wide range of products and services designed to help protect individuals and organizations from loss or damage to their data, applications, systems
IT, networks, and devices for malicious or unintentional activity.
Security attacks can be frightening, and manually responding to them is inefficient and ineffective. Organizations that automate extensively are better able to prevent security incidents and business disruptions. Fully deploying security automation can reduce the average cost of a security breach by 95%.
In this security automation-focused session, you'll learn how Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform can contribute to:
- Investigation enrichment, which collects logs from firewalls, intrusion detection systems (IDS), and other systems in an automated way to optimize classification activities carried out through security information and event management systems (SIEM)
- Threat hunting, which automatically adjusts the logging level, creates new intrusion detection system (IDS) rules, and new firewall policies, making it easier to detect more threats in less time
- Incident response, which fixes automation actions faster, such as blocklisting attacked IP addresses or domains, allowlisting non-threatening traffic, or isolating suspicious workloads for further investigation