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A New Integration between Sumo Logic and ARIA Cybersecurity Solutions

When thinking about many of the worst data breaches we’ve seen so far (Equifax, CapitalOne, Target, Home Depot, and more), there was one common element: The attacks were not detected while they were active on the internal networks. It’s easy to think of the internal network as what’s onsite and directly in control.


Pre-RSA Twitter Poll: 3 Interesting Observations on SOC, SIEM and Cloud

In advance of the RSA Conference 2020, we wanted to get a pulse of attendees’ perceptions on a few topics, specifically challenges facing modern SOCs (security operations centers) and the value they are getting from technologies such as analytics, automation, and their SIEM tools. To get this, we fielded a series of questions to the Twitter-verse and received nearly 17,000 votes! After going through the results, we found a few interesting things…


SIEM Yara Rules

The tongue-in-cheek named malware detection tool, Yet Another Recursive Acronym (YARA) is described as “the pattern-matching Swiss Army knife for malware researchers (and everyone else)”. The Sumo Logic Cloud SIEM Enterprise platform is one of the first SIEM solutions to incorporate it as a built-in feature. This gives blue teamers an additional layer of detection built into the SIEM.

Sumo Logic Kubernetes Webinar

Maximize your Kubernetes management by using the Data Explorer, which offers a service-oriented view of your cluster and allows you to seamlessly correlate logs and metrics as you accelerate your workflow. In this session, Sumo Logic Solutions Engineer, Dan Reichert, discusses how to navigate your Kubernetes environment and understand exactly what you should be monitoring across all workflows.

How to Secure Office365 with Cloud SIEM

SaaS adoption is continuously on the rise and so is the number of companies migrating their email services to Microsoft Office365. It’s the most popular SaaS service and while over 90% of enterprises use it, only less than a quarter of them have already migrated to the cloud-based suite. Nonetheless, this number is growing steadily, as cloud adoption rates are increasing.


How We Understand Monitoring

I have a confession to make. I was going to use this blog to wax poetically about the flaw inherent in the well-established notion of the Three Pillars of Observability. I was going to argue that a fourth pillar was badly needed: topological metadata. In other words, without annotating each data stream across the three common data types with a pointer to where that data in the deployment topology was coming from, all you have is a lot of data with no chance of making sense of it.


Securing your SaaS apps in 2020: 3 pillars you can't neglect

In 2010, cloud computing just started to lead the IT revolution. It’s 2020 and the cloud is already mainstream. If you’re not running your business in virtual yet, you’re missing out on huge profit opportunities and capabilities that the cloud has to offer. Adopting a cloud strategy brings better security, increased stability and overall greater flexibility for your organization.