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Learn about Security Orchestration, Automation and Response

What is Security Orchestration?

Security orchestration is a way of connecting security tools and integrating different security systems. A connected layer which streamlines security processes and powers security automation. Security automation is a subset of security orchestration. Security orchestration is very helpful in the productivity, efficiency, and effectiveness of security operations centres. Security Orchestration is designed to help security testing teams manage and respond to endless alarms at machine speeds.

What is Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response (SOAR) tool?

Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response are also known as SOAR solutions. SOAR is a resource stack of relevant software programs that help an organization to collect data about security threats from different sources and respond to low-level security events without personal involvement.

Features of SOAR Tool

Security Orchestration, Automation, and Response work on many different features which helps security teams to accelerate their testing process without compromising the quality. Some of the features of SOAR listed below.

1- Accelerate Response Time: Reduce MTTR (Mean Time To Respond) by up to 90%, and free your analysts to recapture high-priority incidents by automating manual tasks like collecting threat intelligence, sending emails, and more.

2- Reduce Escalations: Empower tier-1 analysts by centralizing IR management, automating manual tasks and simplifying investigations. Reduce escalations by 50% to allow tier-2 and 3 analysts to focus on critical incidents.

3- Investigate Efficiently: SOC 3D is a big-data platform providing visibility into all raw data, so your analysts can get any question answered, fast, and create any investigation dashboard they need, in real-time.

4- Focus on What’s Important: Focus your incident response team on business-critical alerts with automated prioritization by the business impact, ensuring that high-priority threats are managed first – always.