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Security Orchestration

Simple Definition for Beginners: Security orchestration refers to the automated coordination and management of security tools and processes to respond effectively to cyber threats. Common Use Example: An organization uses security orchestration to automate incident response tasks, such as isolating compromised devices and blocking malicious IP addresses. Technical Definition for Professionals: Security orchestration involves integrating and automating security tools, technologies, and processes to streamline incident response, threat detection, and remediation activities. Key aspects of security orchestration include: · Workflow Automation: Creating automated workflows for incident response, threat hunting, and vulnerability management. · Integration of Security Tools: Connecting and orchestrating various security tools such as SIEM, firewalls, endpoint protection, and threat intelligence platforms. · Response Playbooks: Developing predefined response playbooks for different types of security incidents to ensure consistent and efficient response actions. · Data Enrichment: Enhancing security data with contextual information from multiple sources to improve threat analysis and decision-making. · Collaboration: Facilitating collaboration and communication between security teams and other IT departments during security incidents.

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