The Drawbacks of a SOAR

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Payoneer Germany We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again: Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platforms are great tools for helping teams work smarter, faster, and more efficiently against security risks. But, used on their own, SOARs are far from perfect for meeting the full security needs of the modern organization. Among other limitations, SOARs are too complex, too difficult to integrate with other tools, and too out of touch with modern security cultures to enable the agile, holistic security strategies that businesses require today.

Security threats come in so many sizes, shapes, and forms that they require complex systems to detect and manage them.

Defining a total security strategy also requires efforts like determining where the greatest cybersecurity risks to your business lie, optimizing your security posture (which SOARs don’t really do), and ensuring that security is a priority across the organization, not just for security engineers.

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