What emerging cybersecurity solutions are you most excited about?

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Senior Director, Technology Solutions and Analytics in Telecommunication, 51 - 200 employees
Behavior analytics can be layered on top of a micro-segmentation tool—I know Microsoft is trying to do this with its behavioral machine learning, so it detects that someone is doing something that they don't normally do. I think that's potentially a good solution. A lot of false positives come from behavior analytics, but if you throw in machine learning and AI on top of what AV does today, I think it's headed in the right direction.
VP - Head of Information Technology in Software, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
I am talking to a company called Opal right now that does this really cool access management that's focused on engineering teams. If an engineer says, “I want access to this repo,” then their tooling allows you to time box people's access. I think it's really great, and it does the whole auto log around it. I'm excited about that because it would really add a lot to what we're trying to do from an engineering access management perspective. I like the time boxing access, the audit trail, and the automation around it.
CIO in Education, 1,001 - 5,000 employees
I'm working with a company called Gytpol that is doing wonderful things around server configurations and group policy.

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