Enabling cybersecurity automation with Skybox
Learn how to improve security efficacy of your cybersecurity and network teams by automating many of the mundane and repetitive tasks.
Watch this webinar and learn how to:
- Automate your firewall audits and achieve continuous compliance.
- Reduce the time it takes to make firewall changes by over 80%.
- Automatically identify the vulnerabilities that present the greatest risk to your organization.
TV and films frequently depict cybersecurity as an exciting battle of wits between the forces of good and evil. However, in the real world much of the work of cybersecurity analysts is less glamorous, time-consuming, and often repetitive. Organizations of all sizes and in all sectors are facing similar cybersecurity challenges:
- Highly complex IT, OT and IoT infrastructures both on premise and in the cloud
- An ever-increasing number of threats and vulnerabilities
- Growing regulatory and compliance requirements
- A massive global cybersecurity skills shortage
Automation can help and can be applied to many of your security processes, including visualising the attack surface, cyber risk quantification, identifying and remediating vulnerabilities, policy compliance, and change management. Some types of analysis, such as exposure and access path analysis, are so complex that they would be effectively impossible without automation.
This webinar presents the Skybox approach to automating many of the mundane and repetitive tasks which can enable your cybersecurity and network teams to focus on more exciting stuff, like on TV.
Peter Hughes serves as the technical director at Skybox Security and has more than twenty years of experience in IT and network security. During this time, he has helped a diverse range of clients across many industry sectors to design and implement a wide range of security solutions and technologies. Before Skybox, he held senior consulting and systems engineering roles with Imperva and NTT. Hughes holds a degree in Telecommunications Engineering and a Master’s degree in Data Communications Engineering.