7 Ways Policy-Driven Automation Helps With The Security Skills Shortage

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The cybersecurity skills shortage along with the increasing complexity of corporate networks represents an urgent challenge for the security industry - and security teams must find a way to manage policies across distributed networks that saves both time and resources.

Automation can mitigate against the widespread skills shortage - by freeing up valuable time and resources, enabling businesses to minimise complexity and get back on top of their security operations. As well as acting as a buffer against the current skills shortage, automation is the safety net businesses need to gain visibility - ensuring security policies are optimised and compliant.

  • SPEED Automation of security policies improves the efficiency of network security operations and enables security teams to implement policy changes in minutes instead of days.

  • COMPLIANCE Policy-driven automation ensures consistent management of security controls across the organisation and enables quick adaptation to changing regulatory compliance requirements

  • AGILITY Automation of all technologies across the security policy landscape reduces the complexity involved in managing security and connectivity across hybrid environments - freeing up valuable and limited staff resources for more strategic activity.

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