Jason Chan on How Automation Transformed Netflix’s Cybersecurity Posture

Jason Chan, a key member of the Torq Advisory Board, has spent more than 20 years working in pivotal cybersecurity roles. One of his most important positions was leading the information security organization at the video streaming behemoth Netflix for more than a decade. His Netflix team set the bar extraordinarily high, focusing on sophisticated risk assessment and management, and compliance management strategies and approaches. 

In his latest Torq video series interview, Jason details how Netflix began its security automation journey and the extraordinary benefits it experienced as a result. He talks about how Netflix initially built an in-house solution that connected its malware system to its helpdesk system to populate cybersecurity incidents, inform the appropriate people, and move to remediation. In fact, Netflix saw remediation time go down from 2-3 days to just a few hours with this initial deployment. 

Watch the video below and learn about Jason’s pioneering efforts that helped set the stage for a dramatic shift from legacy cybersecurity approaches to today’s modern no-code security automation offerings:

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