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Security Automation 101

Voir le replay du 21 octobre 2021
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In the ever-expanding world of connected devices at every company, ensuring that all devices are secure and working as expected can be a challenge. Most organizations handle security operations manually by creating tasks that can be time-consuming, tedious, and error-prone when human intervention is required. As a result, security teams are overwhelmed leaving many organizations vulnerable to attack.

Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform helps you build, run, and manage your automation assets. In contrast to simple automation tools, an automation platform gives your organization a unified foundation to create, deploy, and share consistent automation content and knowledge at scale.

Join this session to learn how Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform can help you automate security processes to maximize time and resources and ultimately save you money.

During this webinar:

  • Discover what processes and technologies can be automated with Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform

  • Hear about several use cases, including threat hunting, investigation, and incident response

  • Uncover where you are in your security automation journey, whether it be at the beginning or completely integrated into your IT culture

Live event date: Thursday, October 21, 2021 | 11 a.m. EDT

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.


Craig Brandt

Craig Brandt

Principal Technical Marketing Manager, Ansible Automation Platform, Red Hat

Craig Brandt is a Principal Technical Marketing Manager for Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform and focuses on the Ansible security automation domain. His passions include open source, automation, containers, and cloud technologies and design.

Jamie Beck

Jamie Beck

Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager, Ansible Automation Platform, Red Hat

Jamie Beck is a Senior Principal Product Marketing Manager with the Ansible Automation team at Red Hat. Jamie has an extensive background in networking and security having spent a number of years at Cisco and Tenable, and has been at Red Hat since 2017.