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Jun 7, 2019 | By Graylog
Now that you have your brand new Graylog instance up and collecting your organization’s logs, all the data is quickly searchable and available for troubleshooting any issues as they arise. Just as easy as it is for you to use, an attacker with access to the logs now has a much simpler job of understanding your environment and seeing all of your data. You need to make sure you are doing all the due diligence you can to protect the data.
Jun 5, 2019 | By Graylog
ITOps vs. DevOps: where does one end and the other begin? These two terms are commonly confused even within the IT industry, which is understandable since neither is set in stone and they often overlap, especially when talking about infrastructure. What does each role encompass and how can you tell the difference between them?
May 3, 2019 | By Graylog
As Stephen Marsland once said, “if data had mass, the earth would be a black hole.” A vast part of the immense amount of structured and unstructured data that we call “Big Data” is nothing but machine-originated log data. Logs are generated for a lot of different purposes – from security to debugging and troubleshooting. They constitute a gold mine of useful information and actionable insights if properly stored, managed, and analyzed.
Mar 25, 2019 | By Graylog
What kind of log information should be reported up the chain? At a certain point during log examination analysts start to ask, “What information is important enough to share with my supervisor?” This post covers useful categories of information to monitor and report that indicate potential security issues. And remember: reporting up doesn’t mean going directly to senior management. Most issues can be reported directly to an immediate supervisor.
Jan 18, 2019 | By Graylog
When it comes to security data enrichment, it's helpful to think beyond threat intelligence. This white paper explores viable standard and advanced third-party intelligence enrichment sources that are often overlooked.
Jan 1, 2019 | By Graylog
In this guide, what to consider when selecting a source of threat intelligence and how to make threat intelligence work for your organization.