Aite Impact Report

Security Orchestration, Automation and Response: Rise of the Independents

Depending on who you ask, the definition of SOAR (security orchestration, automation, and response) will vary greatly. Regardless of the definition, it’s generally agreed upon that SOAR is an essential element for organizations seeking to automate key security operation functions, including multiplying your SOC analyst force. More specifically, SOAR stacks commonly include or enhance threat intelligence capabilities, vulnerability detection and management, incident response case management, and the automation and orchestration of incident response workflows.

In Aite’s latest impact guide, their analysts define what SOAR is today, how it’s impacting both enterprise and mid-sized security teams, and how it’s evolving.

Download Aite's impact report to:
  • Gain an in-depth market analysis covering history, market, direction, and SOAR providers

  • Learn why the capability to produce impactful results through improved threat triage and incident response matter when selecting a SOAR product

  • Understand why proper time, resources, and investment should be allocated to implement a SOAR solution to ensure reaching full potential

  • Why SOAR is a technology that makes security information and event management (SIEM) relevant again as the combination of SIEM and SOAR forms the heart of a SOC

  • Learn how SOAR offers a rapid return on investment in SOC analyst efficiency and incident response speed

  • Learn how small to midsize companies can benefit from a SOAR solution


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