Today is a big day in Phantom’s history. We announced that Splunk intends to acquire Phantom. Splunk agrees to acquire Phantom, ushering in a new age of analytics-driven security and IT. Splunk has been a key partner of ours almost since inception. Splunk’s customers are truly fanatical about their platform, just like Phantom customers are … Continue reading Phantom Reaches Escape Velocity
While Security Automation & Orchestration platforms are certainly equipped to handle complex use cases, it’s not the only way to automate. Simple tasks often thought of as daily annoyances are also perfect for automation; “utility playbooks” as one user coined them. These small playbooks pack a powerful punch.
Though we’re easily enamored with new technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning, do they actually help us solve real problems in the SOC like reducing Mean Time to Resolution (MTTR)? Read a security-related press release or been to an event recently? You’ve no doubt been wondering how you managed to do your job all … Continue reading AI, ML – is it all just BS?
Join Phantom CEO, Oliver Friedrichs, and Forrester Analyst, Joseph Blankenship, for an exclusive look at the report, first-hand accounts of successful deployments, and their insights on what trends will shape the future of this emerging technology.
Automation has become so relevant to the mainstream; in our cars, our homes, and even our music. Allow me to digress a bit. The DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) is a mainstay in modern music production. In short, it’s HW or SW that musicians use to record, edit, and produce audio. If you’ve used tools like GarageBand, then you’ve experienced music production capabilities like that of a DAW.
I’ve been involved in information technology and the information security space for over twenty years and have seen an industry that’s been constantly trying to solve common IT security threats with a plethora of software and hardware tools. In the early days, antivirus appeared to be the right solution to the problem. As the sophistication of attacks … Continue reading My Journey to Security Automation & Orchestration
SecureWorld Boston is coming up next week (March 22-23) and I’ve just finished reviewing the agenda for sessions that I would like to attend. When looking at the topics through the lens of automation and orchestration, I always notice so many relevant options—more sessions than I’ll likely have time to attend. Talks like Designing and … Continue reading Automate Anything?