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How Human-Machine Teaming Helps Security Operations Deal with Greater Volume of Threats and Data

Cybersecurity threats are hitting organizations more frequently and from more directions than ever before. Unfortunately, enterprise security teams aren’t growing as quickly as the threats they face, which means infosec professionals have to work more efficiently to keep up.

One way to build a more efficient IT security operation is to adopt human-machine teaming solutions that pair automation and advanced analytics with trained security analysts. Recently McAfee held a series of Security Operations Roadshows in Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal with our partner Interset to highlight some of the benefits human-machine teaming can bring.

At the events, McAfee Vice President and General Manager Jason Rolleston, noted some organizations invest in Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems, believing that doing so will protect them from cybersecurity incidents. While investing in a SIEM is a necessary step, it’s only part of building an effective cybersecurity solution.

Read more at McAfee

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