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Hyperautomation vs. SOAR
|Advantages of Hyperautomation
|SOAR platforms are designed to initiate actions based on alerts or loC. However, SOAR does not help preventative actions such as automated testing, cybersecurity posture assessment, and connection to identity and access management logs/behaviors (features offered by hyperautomation).
|SOAR is designed to initiate playbooks at the time of alert and execute a workflow. Detection and response is good as far as it goes, but networks need to be returned “whole,” making certain the adversary has been defeated and the company’s cybersecurity posture has been returned to its golden state. Hyperautomation includes configurations, attack path analysis, and BAS.
|Connects devices, clouds, containers, and processes
|At its inception, SOAR platforms tend to be designed for on-premises use cases, but its connectivity options are only over APIs. Hyperautomation creates a connectivity mesh using API calls to connect hyperscalers, data lakes, Kubernetes, Saas applications, SSH, and even remote shell PowerShell.
|Connectivity is as strong as the sum of its APIs
|SOAR is often prebuilt. The connections between devices are determined by code written in Python. Hyperautomation provides no-code and low-code connection offering drag-and-drop options.
|Either overprovisioned or underprovisioned
|Matches the resources needed for outcomes
|A hidden cost in SOAR is the time and effort needed to “stand up” the platform. Hyperautomation is deployed as a SaaS-native requiring no professional services.
Torq Hyperautomation Outperforms Legacy SOAR
GigaOm also recognizes that the hyperautomation revolution is NOW. GigaOm named Torq a leader and outperformer in its GigaOm Radar report.
The leading analyst firm lauds Torq for its “extensive feature set” and “impressive portfolio of customers.”