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Blogs in the Security Category

Security is a chief concern for every IT-based business, and Sumo Logic offers a variety of posts to help your organization protect itself from attacks. Topics include discussions of security concerns for specific tools and apps, best practices for top-level IT security, and insights into how Sumo Logic can bolster your protection and monitoring.
Integrated Container Security Monitoring with Twistlock

Twistlock provides dev-to-production security for the container environment. More specifically, The Twistlock container security suite offers 4 major areas of functionality: Vulnerability management that inspects the full stack of components in a container image and allows you to eradicate vulnerabilities before deployment. Compliance which enforces compliance with industry best practices and configuration policies, with 90+ […]

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Improving your Security Posture with Trend Micro Deep Security Integration

Enterprises are running their workloads across complex, hybrid infrastructures, and need solutions that provide full-stack, 360-degree visibility to support rapid time to identify and resolve security threats. Trend Micro Deep Security offers seamless integration with Sumo Logic’s data analytics service to enable rich analysis, visualizations and reporting of critical security and system data. This enables […]

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SIEM vs. Security Analytics Checklist

SIEMs were a great technology when we were dealing with protecting the known, with fixed perimeters and signature-based security. But is this reflective of today’s dynamic threat landscape, with a porous perimeter and workloads moving to the cloud? When I graduated university back in the late 80’s, I was a computer programmer for a large […]

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SIEM: Crash and Burn or Evolution? You Decide.

Often times when I am presenting at conferences around the country, people will ask me “Is SIEM Dead”? Such a great question! Has the technology reached its end of life? Has SIEM really crashed and burned? I think the answer to that question is NO. SIEM is not dead, it has just evolved. SIEMs unfortunately […]

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How Companies Can Minimize Their Cloud Security Risk

    This cloud security blog was written by Robert Plant,Vice-Chairman, Department of Business Technology at the University of Miami (@drrobertplant).     As enterprises move their applications and data to the cloud, executives are increasingly being faced with balancing the benefits of productivity gains with significant concerns around compliance and security. A principal area of concern relates […]

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Are Users the Achilles’ Heel of Security?

Presaging the death of an industry or a path to user activity monitoring (UAM) enlightenment John Chamber, ex-CEO of Cisco, one said that there are two types of companies, those who have been hacked and those who don’t yet know they have been hacked? Consider for a moment, the following statistics: There were 783 major […]

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Has SIEM Lost its Magic

Top five reasons why SIEMs are failing security professionals Security information and event management (SIEM) solutions have been around since 2000, and they were developed with the goal of helping organizations in the early detection of targeted attacks and data breaches. Needs cut across analyzing event data in real-time to the collection, storage and analysis […]

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RSA 2015 “Rise of the Cloud Illuminati”

In 2012, I wrote a Blog on how the RSA Conference was “Back to the Golden Age”. Now, in 2015, it has been confirmed. The excitement created by cloud startup solutions and the SecOps movement has more hype than the upcoming Mayweather vs Pacquiao bout! Having said that, all this great energy has an undercurrent […]

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