The Impact of Automation in Cybersecurity; The Good, The Bad, and The Human

The Impact of Automation in Cybersecurity; The Good, The Bad, and The Human

The influence of automation on daily life is noticeable everywhere - but when it comes to the security operations of your company - are you ready to make the leap?

Technology Association of Oregon partnered with Avertium on Wednesday, September 9th on a virtual program which explored increasing automation in security operations and its impact on a company’s security position.

Participants found out the risks associated with employees, especially social engineering and other common tactics, the role behavioral analysis plays in security, and best practices in achieving greater cybersecurity awareness across the enterprise.

The presentation also included practical tips on how to enlist employees in the fight against bad actors using anonymized case studies from local businesses.


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Corey McReynolds, Managing Consultant - Avertium


Avertium was created as a result of the acquisition of Terra Verde, TruShield Security Solutions and Sword & Shield Enterprise Security by leading growth capital firm Sunstone Partners. The collective talent, assets and resources of all three firms are now operating as one; forming one of the largest cybersecurity and advisory services companies focused on the needs of mid-to large enterprises. Customers spanning the retail, healthcare, hospitality, financial services, manufacturing and public sectors trust Avertium’s 150+ highly certified cybersecurity professionals to help defend against threats while mitigating risks and ensuring compliance. Security operations centers in Arizona and Tennessee ensure managed security services customers enjoy uninterrupted coverage.

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