SIRP 2020 Security Analysts Survey

Attitudes to Automation

SIRP 2020 Security Analysts Survey

Attitudes to Automation

SIRP commissioned an independent study by Sapio Research which included interviewing 250 security analysts in July 2020. According to the results, more than half of security analysts are frustrated with the lack of progress over mundane tasks and the lack of automation. The average Security Operations Center (SOC) leaves plenty of room for improvement. However, the problem of missed alerts, minimal automation and false positive is still existent. Time spent managing security alerts costs enterprise an average of $250,000 a year.

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  • How many security analysts struggle with manually managing alerts
  • The costs to organisations for manually managing security alerts
  • The grave need for more automation and orchestration
76%

feel good about having more process automation

32%

of the alert triage and incident response is automated

840

security alerts every day

51%

security analysts mostly dislike the time spent on mundane tasks that should be automated

18%

of the day is spent managing alerts by security professionals

 

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