Automation and Orchestration Solutions
As security infrastructures become increasingly complex, we can help you improve operational performance, reduce error in standard IT tasks and drive business efficiencies whilst guarding against the ever-growing threat of cyber-attack. Find out more about our Automation and Orchestration solutions.
A and O Solutions Customized for You
Automation is not one-size-fits-all. We identify the most appropriate automation and orchestration tools for your organization and customize implementations to serve your workflows, network infrastructure, and cybersecurity operations. Whether you require cloud orchestration or help with on-premise or hybrid solutions, our automation and orchestration services empower your operations and security teams to increase efficiency and meet the evolving demands of digital transformation. Automation is a force multiplier, allowing your teams to focus on more valuable activities and leaving routine operations and security services to the machines.
Customized, Complete and Flexible Automation
Thanks to our strong relationships with a wide choice of vendors, we can integrate, automate, and orchestrate a variety of industry-leading infrastructure and security technologies.
We apply the learnings from using automation and orchestration in our own operations to tailor solutions successfully for our clients.
Whether your environment is cloud, on-premise or hybrid, we provide the solution that fits your needs best.
Trusted Security Partner
We work closely with you to understand your business before proposing improvements to your operational processes and security posture.
Lower Costs. Grow Productivity. Reduce Errors.
Increase Agility and Efficiency
Execute actions in minutes instead of days or months and respond to changing business requirements without overhauling your network or staff.
Repetitive tasks and routines eat up time and budget. Take the burden off your staff and access actionable insights in moments.
Existing infrastructure and cybersecurity tools continue to deliver value when they are integrated using APIs, custom scripts and custom templates.
Reduce Human Error
Increase accuracy and minimize manual configuration errors across your networks.
Security Automation: Lessons Learned from Discussions with Security Vendors
We are hosting a series of events around the U.S. called Integrated Technology Summits where we talk about the real-world struggles facing security leaders and how leveraging integrated security technologies yields practical solutions. We typically feature two or three of our technology vendors and discuss how these can be made to work better together, creating operational efficiencies and security effectiveness – saving time and money, while also helping to reduce risk.
Security Automation - Taking Playbooks to the Next Level
With our final part in the Security Automation series, Kudelski Security will take a look at what our clients are doing to take their manual playbooks to the next level, using automation. Before we take a look at playbooks, a quick review of the key factors from our previous articles to ensure automation success.
Security Automation - Preparing Security Program for Automation Success
In our previous Security Automation series post, we identified areas that should be reviewed to allow for the most success with automation. Those areas included identifying the problems, dealing with the environment, and looking for frameworks that can apply a solid foundation for the security program and its automation success. In this post, we will look at how to apply those ideas to start building a security program that is designed for automation to have a key role in the program’s success.
Security Automation - A Playbook for Successful Playbooks
Security automation takes planning for success. At Kudelski Security, we have assisted many clients through a variety of use cases and integrations with automation. In many of these cases, clients begin with a broad strategy of “Let’s Automate.”
Technology Services: Automation and Orchestration
IT organizations are being asked to do more with less – provide more service in less time using fewer people. Infrastructure operations teams manage increasingly complex enterprises while security teams must respond to an ever-growing volume of cyber threats.