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Cyber Resilience: The Key to Security in an Unpredictable World

This live stream is a conversation between Ed Bailey and Jackie McGuire on the growing significance of cyber resilience in today’s digital landscape. You’ll learn what cyber resilience means, why it’s important, and how to manage and improve it in an increasingly unpredictable world. With cyber threats becoming more sophisticated and frequent, cyber resilience has become critical to protecting personal and business assets.

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Cribl Culture Recognized with Four More Comparably Awards

The Cribl Goats have done it again! Among 70,000 companies and 15 million ratings, Cribl is honored to earn four more Comparably awards recognizing our company culture, based on employee reviews. This week, Comparably announced that Cribl has won awards for Best Company Outlook, Best Places to Work in the Bay Area, Best Engineering Teams, and Best Marketing Teams.

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Meet the New Cribl Curious: User Groups, Badges, and More!

Are you curious about how to get the most out of Cribl’s products or want to connect with like-minded individuals to expand your skills with IRL user groups? Look no further than Cribl Curious, the online community designed for Cribl users to ask and answer technical questions, share knowledge, and connect with others in the industry. Today, we’re excited to unveil the brand new Cribl Curious! It brings exciting new features to take your Cribl experience to the next level.

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Empowering SecOps Admins: Getting the Most Value From CrowdStrike FDR Data With Cribl Stream

In this live stream, Sidd Shah and I discuss how Cribl Stream can empower Security Operations Admins to make the most of their CrowdStrike FDR data. They address the challenges faced by CrowdStrike customers, who generate a vast amount of valuable data each day but struggle to leverage it fully due to complexity and size.

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The Unreasonable Effectiveness of Search Operators: Introducing 'send' Operator

Cribl Search is a powerful tool that allows users to search and analyze data at rest, quickly and efficiently. But what if you need to send your search results to a different system for further analysis, audit, or compliance purposes? For instance, consider the following use cases: That’s where send operator comes in.

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Cribl Search 4.1: More Data, More Automation, and a More Intuitive User Interface

It’s been less than 4 months since we released Cribl Search, the first federated query engine focused on observability and security data. The reception has been tremendous. Customers, partners, prospects, and even our internal teams were overjoyed by the initial offering but have been anxiously awaiting the promises of the next release. The wait is over!

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Level Up Your Observability Game With the Cribl Suite of Products: All About Our 4.1 Release

After our recent company-wide offsite in New Orleans, the Cribl employees are feeling like they’ve leveled up in more ways than one. Not only did we indulge in delicious beignets and king cakes, but we also came back motivated to create some kick-ass new product features with our 4.1 release. It’s like we soaked up all the good vibes and brought them back with us.

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Introducing the Cribl Stream Reference Architecture

In this live stream discussion, Eugene Katz and I explain the importance of a quality reference architecture in successful software deployment and guide viewers on how to begin with the Cribl Stream Reference Architecture. They help users establish end-state goals, share different use cases, and help data administrators identify which parts of the reference architecture apply to their specific situation. It’s also available on our podcast feed if you want to listen on the go.

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MIAX and Cribl Stream: Enriching Data for Improved Observability and Faster Time to Value

Using Cribl Stream for observability is a given, but what about using Cribl Stream to get MORE from your data? Observability is all about being able to collect, route, store, and search your data. Implementing enrichment with observability provides more context and elevates your ho-hum data to robust information. This is key to faster, more confident decision-making!

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The Importance of Observability Pipelines in Gaining Control over Observability and Security Data

Today’s enterprises must have the capability to cope with the growing volumes of observability data, including metrics, logs, and traces. This data is a critical asset for IT operations, site reliability engineers (SREs), and security teams that are responsible for maintaining the performance and protection of data and infrastructure. As systems become more complex, the ability to effectively manage and analyze observability data becomes increasingly important.