On average, 800 attacks per hour pummel 76 U.K. councils, according to global insurance firm Gallagher. That volume of attacks is not out of the ordinary, nor is it new. Back in 2013, UC Berkeley’s data science blog reported that the U.S. Navy sees 110,000 cyberattacks per hour. Imagine being a security operations center (SOC) analyst trying to manage this sheer number of alerts. That is where security orchestration, automation and response (SOAR) comes in.