“Organisations (looking to automate should) first start by doing a cost benefit analysis on their current cybersecurity deployment. Often, there will be multiple areas that are still covered by manual and error-prone processes but are very critical or have a large impact in the cybersecurity of the organisation,” says Foong Sui Jin, system engineering director at California-based networking solutions company Juniper Networks.
“There are multiple solutions to automate and augment these operations by AI, and organisations should go for simple solutions that they can quickly deploy without engaging on long complicated bespoke projects. This is a field that is moving rapidly, and delays will likely make the solution redundant or less effective.”
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “Cybersecurity: Automation the Way Forward” published in The Business Times on 14 March, 2018.