Host Allan Alford interviews Benjamin Corll, VP of Cybersecurity and Privacy at Coats, about security orchestration, automation, and response (SOAR).
Bejamin and Allan critique SOAR's promises and premises, what else it could be doing, its pricing and overhead, and lack of standards as well.
But it is not all negative - Benjamin does share stories as well of SOAR's successes in his shop, and of the things it does do well...
Come on down the ranch and give this show a listen!
0:09 – Intro
0:55 – Benjamin's background and day job
3:46 – The premise and the promises of SOAR
6:32 – What else could be automated?
9:25 – Benjamin explains about the trouble ticket system and the change management system
11:57 – The standards for SOAR today
17:19 – How do we improve the cyber posture of all our organizations, making them more secure?
19:34 – Has SOAR managed to stay affordable for those who need it?
22:54 – What SOAR does well, the benefits and the value
26:35 – What has surprised Benjamin the most in information security
Learn more about Benjamin Corll on LinkedIn
Follow Allan Alford on LinkedIn and Twitter
Learn more about Hacker Valley Studio and The Cyber Ranch Podcast
Sponsored by our good friends at Uptycs