Over the past decades the information security landscape has changed significantly but one thing has remained constant: a continuous increase in the number of different threats that a security team has to deal with per unit of time. Ever since the term “virus” was first used in 1984, security practitioners and vendors have scrambled to acquire knowledge and build tools able to detect malware and prevent it from entering users’ computers and enterprise networks, or mitigate the damage it causes. While the initial virus detection techniques were simple, effective (at least for a while), and naive. Things have changed a lot since then. Download the article (written in English) to learn more about how and why automate security analysis workloads and what to expect from software tools built for that purpose ?