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The Top 5 Security Logging Best Practices to Follow Now

Security logging is a critical part of modern cybersecurity, providing the foundation for detecting, analyzing, and responding to potential threats. As highlighted by OWASP, security logging and monitoring failures can lead to undetected security breaches. With the average cost of a data breach adding up to $4.45 million, most organizations can’t afford to miss a security incident.

Improving Patch and Vulnerability Management with Proactive Security Analysis

Vulnerability management is the continuous process of identifying and addressing vulnerabilities in an organization’s IT infrastructure, while patch management is the process of accessing, testing, and installing patches that fix bugs or address known security vulnerabilities in software applications. Vulnerability management and patch management are crucial SecOps processes that protect IT assets against cyber threats and prevent unauthorized access to secure systems.
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5 Security Logging and Monitoring Mistakes to Avoid

As cybersecurity attack vectors evolve, security logging and monitoring are becoming even more important. Effective logging and monitoring enables organizations to detect and investigate security incidents quickly. Cloud-based attackers are getting more sophisticated, and often rely on stolen credentials to escalate privileges and move laterally within corporate IT networks. Many do so undetected, which is why modern IT systems require a watchful eye on log data to detect suspicious activity and inform incident response efforts.

Innovating Security with Managed Detection & Response (MDR) and ChaosSearch

Managed Detection and Response (MDR) services occupy an important niche in the cybersecurity industry, supporting SMBs and enterprise organizations with managed security monitoring and threat detection, proactive threat hunting, and incident response capabilities.

AWS vs GCP: Which Cloud Service Logs Can Provide the Most Valuable Data to Improve Your Business

The infrastructure and services running on public cloud computing services like Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Amazon Web Services (AWS) produce massive volumes of logs every day. An organization’s log data provides details about their entire IT environment in real-time, or at any point in time in history.

Blackpoint Cyber & ChaosSearch | Customer Story

The leader in cybersecurity, Blackpoint Cyber, has teamed up with ChaosSearch, to create a next-generation data platform for log analytics for observability & security. We look forward to working with the Blackpoint team on tackling the rising costs & pain of ELK, while significantly increasing data retention, building a future-proof data platform for the increasingly challenging cybersecurity environment & AI-driven world.
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Top Security Data Types: Exploring the OCSF Framework

In cybersecurity, it's a big challenge to handle diverse data formats across various platforms. The Open Cybersecurity Schema Framework (OCSF) aims to address this by standardizing data security formats and simplifying the process of threat hunting. Major players like IBM, AWS and others are working together to standardize data with this open-source project, emphasizing its importance.

How to Create an S3 Bucket with AWS CLI

Managing an Elasticsearch cluster can be complex, costly, and time-consuming - especially for large organizations that need to index and analyze log data at scale. In this short guide, we’ll walk you through the process of creating an Amazon S3 bucket, configuring an IAM role that can write into that bucket, and attaching that IAM role to your Amazon S3 instance - all using the AWS Command Line Interface (CLI).