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Why SOAR platforms are gaining attention from the channel

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Security Orchestration, Automation and Response (SOAR) platforms began appearing around 2010, according to Gartner, which created the acronym. According to Gartner, the SOAR technology market will grow from a 1% adoption rate in 2018 to 15% by 2020.

In this blog post, A3Sec, a Madrid-based security provider, which serves enterprises in Latin America and Spain, discusses how they deployed the DFLabs' IncMan SOAR platform a few months ago with the intention to optimize its SOC, said Javier Diaz, the VP of Americas at A3Sec. At the moment, A3Sec is working on developing a standard integration in its SOAR offering and plans to open up the script to other DFLabs customers, Diaz said.

Javier Diaz noted that SOAR platforms provide you with features that you cannot find in any other single tool. "Right now, we understand orchestration and automation [are] really important for the security operation," he said. "The other thing they do is use [SOAR] as a point of integration. So, if there are lots of different tools sending out alerts and things I want to view from a common interface, that may be where SOAR fits in," he said.

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