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Jan 21, 2020   |  By Kim Huffman
When making investments in our tech stack, we tend to have doubts about companies that don’t use their own products and services. At Elastic, we deploy the full suite of our technology across the enterprise. We do so because our technology not only works, but it makes us more efficient and flexible on so many levels. And it can do the same for you and your business, too.
Jan 17, 2020   |  By Elastic Engineering
Starting April 21, 2020, all requests to Elasticsearch Service on Elastic Cloud must use HTTP over TLS (HTTPS) with support for TLS 1.2. We’ve decided to make this change in the best interest of our users so we can ensure the security of data in transit and stay up to date with modern encryption, security protocols, and practices.
Jan 15, 2020   |  By Rob Waight
Hey, there. This is part five of the Elastic SIEM for home and small business blog series. If you haven’t read the first, second, and third blogs, you may want to before going any further. In the Getting started blog, we created our Elasticsearch Service deployment and started collecting data from one of our computers using Winlogbeat. In the Securing cluster access blog, we secured access to our cluster by restricting privileges for users and Beats.
Jan 14, 2020   |  By Will Yu
In the previous post, we covered some of the frameworks accessible by kernel extensions that provide information about file system, process, and network events. These frameworks included the Mandatory Access Control Framework, the KAuth framework, and the IP/socket filter frameworks. In this post, we will go into the various tips and tricks that can be used in order to obtain even more information regarding system events.
Jan 13, 2020   |  By Daniel Stepanic
This year at BSidesDFW, my local security conference, I highlighted a continuing trend of adversaries using open source offensive tools. The talk reviewed one of these post-exploitation frameworks named Koadic and walked through different ways defenders can build behavioral detections through the use of Event Query Language (EQL).
Mar 1, 2018   |  By Elastic
Learn how you can use Elastic Stack and X-Pack features, from role-based access control to data encryption, to get your Elasticsearch data ready for GDPR.
Dec 2, 2019   |  By Elastic
Introducing Kibana Lens, a new simple and intuitive way for everyone to visualize their data inside of Kibana. With a new drag and drop interface, one-click data exploration features, and the power to provide visualization suggestions, Lens is the fastest way to uncover insights in your Elasticsearch data.
Oct 24, 2019   |  By Elastic
Elasticsearch Service is a hosted Elasticsearch and Kibana solution from Elastic. Get started with a free 14-day trial (no credit card required). https://www.elastic.co/cloud/elasticsearch-service Elasticsearch Service makes it easy to deploy and manage your Elasticsearch clusters. Just tell us the size of your cluster, your preferred cloud provider, and the geographic location; we take care of the rest.
Oct 16, 2019   |  By Elastic
T-Mobile is one of the leading mobile phone providers. Its mobile app for Android and Apple iOS is powered by Elasticsearch. Ever since T-Mobile rolled out its new app, rebuilt from the ground up, the app's customer ratings have skyrocketed while at the same time the app has become a marketing bonanza for T-Mobile.
Sep 26, 2019   |  By Elastic
In this talk, we'll look at five lenses through which one can view the performance of an Elasticsearch clusters. Taking each in turn, attendees will come away with a set of principles and concerns through which they can monitor and understand the health and performance of their production Elasticsearch systems.
Aug 21, 2019   |  By Elastic
SolveBio, with the assistance of the Elastic Stack, enables pharmaceutical companies to leverage massive amounts of complex molecular data for clinical drug development and exploratory research. This enterprise molecular data platform helps the pharma industry aggregate and analyze genomic data for drug discovery purposes, and to fight cancer.