In the new report, “Analytics is making its security operations mark ahead of schedule,” analyst firm 451 Research details the accelerating transition happening in the security information and event management (SIEM) space. The report underscores how new cloud-native analytics solutions are displacing traditional SIEMs at the heart of the defense.
Database security refers to the various measures organizations take to ensure their databases are protected from internal and external threats. Database security includes protecting the database itself, the data it contains, its database management system, and the various applications that access it.
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Marketplace offers a large variety of commercial and open source offerings to augment software configuration and release within the AWS ecosystem. Sumo Logic's AWS Marketscape looks at the pros and cons of the most common configuration and release solutions from the Marketplace.
DevSecOps is the process and practice of development that makes every team member responsible for safety. By stressing a security-first, security-always approach as outlined in the DevSecOps Manifesto, DevSecOps incorporates security into the code level. DevSecOps builds infrastructure and applications that can securely scale at the speed of modern business.
Organizations that deploy SIEM systems know this uphill climb well. Deployment typically takes 18 months, and more than half of these SIEM deployments fail. A major friction point is the big hardware refresh every three to four years, requiring all configurations & customizations be saved. With the refresh, you must update hardware, software, rules, patches, among others, and that usually renders the SIEM unusable. [...]
Internet security, in general, is a challenge that we have been dealing with for decades. It is a regular topic of discussion and concern, but a relatively new segment of internet security is getting the lion’s share of attention—internet of things (IoT). So why is internet of things security… a thing?
Recycling is an important part of my family’s weekly chore patterns. Our Amazon deliveries alone generate copious amounts of cardboard for our weekly pickup in the giant blue can. I also find myself trying to think about the longevity of the stuff I buy and try not to be wasteful. I feel a sense of pride. But there is one area where I just don’t think recycling makes sense -- and that’s with [...]