A new low-code security automation platform designed for ease of use was introduced Tuesday by Flashpoint, a threat intelligence company. Called Automate, the platform aims to lower the barriers typically associated with security automation.
“Automation solutions can be great, but oftentimes they require a team of engineers or developers, sometimes both,” explains Flashpoint Executive Director of Automation Robert D’Aveta.
As everyone in the tech industry knows, engineers and developers can be tough to find. “Unless your organization has a staff of unicorns that can do automation work, that leaves it to ordinary people,” D’Aveta says. “That’s a barrier to entry for typical automation solutions that low-code automation can help solve.”
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