This entry is part of a series that outlines key criteria to consider when evaluating Security Automation & Orchestration (SA&O) platforms. This entry focuses on the automation engine, one of eight core components of an SA&O platform. Like the orchestrator component we explored in the first entry of this series, the automation engine component is another critical area when evaluating an SA&O platform.
This entry is the first in a series that outline key criteria to consider when evaluating Security Automation & Orchestration (SA&O) platforms. Here at Phantom, we define security orchestration as “the machine-based coordination of a series of interdependent security actions across a complex infrastructure.” Considering this definition, it’s easy to derive that one of the … Continue reading Top Three Criteria of an Orchestrator