Get the premiere industry report that quantitatively defines the state of the modern application stack and the shift in technology used by enterprises adopting Cloud and DevSecOps. Cloud Architects, Operations/DevOps teams as well as Security Operations teams and practitioners can leverage this report as they look to effectively and securely build, run and secure modern applications and cloud infrastructures.
As more companies migrate workloads to the public cloud, more security operations teams face the challenge of securing those environments. Although cloud providers make accessing the logging very easy, it is not always easy to digest the mountains of data they provide. One example of this is AWS CloudTrail logging. This service is extremely robust which can lead to quite a bit of noise with basic detections.
With more than 5.0 million accounts and rapidly growing, Paidy is Japan’s pioneer and leading Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) service with the mission to spread trust through society and give people room to dream. Paidy offers instant, monthly-consolidated credit to consumers by removing hassles from payment and purchase experiences. With a user-friendly app supported by the Paidy platform, user purchases are optimized for mobile and instant-checkout. For Paidy to understand how the platform and its infrastructure are performing, logs play a key role; however, the process of managing the logs to monitor and analyze the company’s environment and platform performance was inconsistent across systems
In this session, Scott Crawford, Research Director with 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, highlights research on how enterprises are responding to digital transformation. In addition, Girish Bhat, VP with Sumo Logic offers insights for security practitioners on how a ‘cloud first’ approach supports digital transformation, IT rebuild projects and application modernization.
Cloud computing moved the security perimeter. Where once securing your organization meant managing firewalls and access control list changes, you’re now faced with a decentralized and varied collection of authentication and authorization schemes. Identity is the new perimeter. You need to know who’s logging in when, to which apps, and what they’re doing once they’ve gained access. Securing your network and cloud apps starts with gaining visibility into—and controlling—authentication.
Historically, SIEM has primarily been an on-premises deployment, given the need to consolidate data from enterprise tools. But because of the increased advantages of alternatives, organizational preferences for deployment models are changing – sometimes dramatically. Download this Business Impact report from 451 Research to learn how organizations are taking advantage of cloud-native SIEM solutions.
Sumo Logic Continuous Intelligence Platform™ is FedRAMP-Moderate Authorized, providing operational and security intelligence that enables federal agencies and commercial entities to further strengthen their security and compliance posture leveraging real-time insights into their on-premises and cloud environments.
In this Q&A video, Scott Crawford, Research Director of Information Security at 451 Research, is joined by Greg Martin, Vice President and General Manager of Security at Sumo Logic, to discuss the increased adoption of cloud as a deployment model for SIEM and how this approach can help modernize your security operations.
Sumo Logic commissioned a Total Economic Impact™ study from Forrester Consulting to provide security and IT leaders with a framework to evaluate the financial benefits of Sumo Logic’s Cloud SIEM solution on their organizations. Here are four ways you can experience cost savings and benefits by adopting a Cloud SIEM solution.
At Sumo Logic, our belief is that security operations is no longer a human scale problem. We need tools and technologies to aid our defenders and responders to be able to process, investigate and respond at machine speed. Our vision for modernizing security operations to deal with threats at machine scale has always encompassed more than just SIEM.
In a recent press release entitled ‘Sumo Logic Achieves FedRAMP Moderate Authorization’, dated Feb 2, 2021, the pioneer in continuous intelligence announced its Continuous Intelligence Platform™ has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP™) Authorization at a Moderate impact level enabling the company to help public sector organizations get real-time insights into their complex on-premises and cloud environments.
We are seeing a renewed focus on accelerating digital transformation projects across business ecosystems and workflows within our customer base. These projects are enabling key business outcomes and this organizational transformation has given security and IT leaders the catalyst and opportunity to modernize security operations while eliminating on-premises debt. Throughout the current challenging environment, Sumo Logic has been helping customers with their digital transformation journey securing cloud-first, cloud migration, cloud rebuild projects, and app modernization efforts. Critical to our customers’ successes has been the adoption of cloud-native solutions such as Sumo Logic’s Cloud SIEM.