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To What Extent Have Global Institutions Automated Detection and Response?


Josh Zelonis, field CTO and evangelist, Palo Alto Networks; Sid Srivastava, managing director, Accenture

When it comes to advanced threat response, 42% of financial institutions say their current abilities are average. Only 35% say automation currently plays a strong role. Josh Zelonis of Palo Alto Networks and Sid Srivastava of Accenture analyze the State of Security Automation in Financial Services.


In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Zelonis and Srivastava review results of this new survey sponsored by Palo Alto Networks and Accenture, and they discuss:

  • Gut reactions to the survey findings;
  • The emerging role of automation in detection and response;
  • How institutions can embrace automation to overcome their alert overload and inefficient response.

Zelonis works closely with organizations to help them adapt their architecture, policies and processes to stay ahead of evolving threats and limit the potential impact of incidents. As a former Forrester analyst and cybersecurity tech founder, he has spoken at major conferences around the world and published on subjects including security analytics, cyber intelligence, vulnerability management, SOC operations and incident response.

Srivastava has over 20 years of expertise in providing strategic and operational leadership to a wide variety of industries including finance, healthcare, manufacturing, retail and telecom. He has partnered with multiple CXOs and CISOs of Fortune 500 companies across diverse sectors on innovation, digital transformation, security programs, strategy and operations.





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