urlscan’s Johannes Gilger: How automation can free up resources and streamline security investigations

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Written by Thomas KinsellaCo-founder & COO, Tines

In our fourth episode of the Future of Security Operations podcast,  Thomas speaks with Johannes Gilger— CEO and founder of urlscan, a URL and website scanner that enables users to take a look at the individual resources that are requested when a site is loaded. Prior to founding urlscan, Johannes managed the Threat Intelligence Automation team at CrowdStrike.

Topics discussed in this episode:

  • What urlscan is and how it works.

  • Why Johannes thinks the security community is so collaborative. 

  • Johannes' career path and why he decided to leave CrowdStrike to focus his attention on urlscan. 

  • How automation transforms security investigations. 

  • What urlscan users get wrong about automation. 

  • The #1 piece of advice Johannes has for security operations teams getting started with automation. 

  • Tips for customer-facing brands to reduce their target size. 

  • What future security challenges will likely look like in the years ahead, and how organizations can use automation to prepare for what’s next. 

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