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12 Most Exciting Cybersecurity Technologies To Watch At Black Hat 2019

CRN asks 12 executives, sales and technical leaders attending Black Hat 2019 which cybersecurity technologies they're most excited to see come to fruition and how customers and solution providers will benefit.

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Autonomous Security Operations Center

The current state of analysis for detection and response tools forces the customer or solution provider to triage the incident and ultimately understand and decide on a remediation action, according to Israel Barak, Cybereason's chief information security officer. But in the future, Barak anticipates that the vast majority of triage, response and remediation work will be done autonomously.

This should make a huge difference in how organizations scale, enabling managed service providers to serve a much larger set of customers and reverse the adversary advantage at the base. "We need technology that can respond more quickly to an incident that a hacker can hack," Barak said.

Businesses should adopt detection and response technology that can make sense of the data, understand it from an enterprisewide perspective, and take action on its own to remediate an attack, Barak said. At the same time, EDR tools should keep the human at the center of the nexus for the deal, and make it so that humans can intervene if the level of entrants exceed a certain threshold, Barak said.

 
 
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