What is Securitybot?
Securitybot is an open-source implementation of a distributed alerting chat bot, as described in Ryan Huber's blog post. Distributed alerting improves the monitoring efficiency of your security team and can help you catch security incidents faster and more efficiently.
Securitybot is a tool in the ChatOps category of a tech stack.
Securitybot is an open source tool with 975 GitHub stars and 105 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Securitybot's open source repository on GitHub
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