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10 Security Predictions For 2018

Solution providers will have to contend with an array of security-related challenges in 2018 ranging from GDPR compliance and ransomware to an expanding perimeter and securing sensor-enabled devices. Here's how we think they'll do it.

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Automation And Machine Learning Will Be Used To Free Up Time For Security Personnel

Businesses' comfort with security automation will increase as a higher volume of automated attacks will make it impossible for security operations centers to keep up via manual processes alone, said Larry Lein, chief product officer at Resolve Systems. Products that help hesitant organizations embrace automation will capture increasing market share, according to Lein.

Leveraging automation to do much of the heavy lifting will free up the cyber teams to focus on the high-risk threats identified and plan effectively for improvements in defenses, according to BeyondTrust.

Companies with the tools and culture to embrace automation to better determine which systems to patch and when will perform better than those that don't, said O'Connor of ServiceNow.

Machine learning in security will continue to grow, with log aggregators and other platforms automatically monitoring for new things that are related both inside and firewall the firewall, said Sam Curcuruto, RiskIQ's head of product marketing.

 
 
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