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In the report showcasing "The 14 Providers That Matter Most And How They Stack Up", Sumo Logic was recognized as a strong performer. “Security information and event management (SIEM) capabilities alone are no longer sufficient for security operations teams. Today’s security analytics platforms combine features to enable analytics, investigation, automation, threat hunting, dashboards, and reporting to help security analysts be more effective.” - Allie Mellen, Senior Analyst, Forrester
More visibility. Most (if not, every?) cybersecurity professionals will tell you they need more visibility into the threat landscape, but also their own security posture. Join SANS Analyst, Jake Williams and Chas Clawson, CTO for security with Sumo Logic, as they talk about the importance of correlating security alerts across your entire cloud and on-prem environment, and enriching with threat intelligence and other feeds for context and improving threat investigations.
Global cross-functional compliance teams can’t afford to miss key technical details when evaluating how to meet regional compliance requirements. While monitoring critical data, it’s imperative to detect potential misconfigurations that can impact attestations for PCI, HIPAA, PII, SOC, GDPR, and others.
You’ve probably heard a lot of people talking about the role of site reliability engineer (SRE) - but who are they? What do they do? And what do they care about? To learn more, we partnered with DevOps Institute to conduct their inaugural 2022 Global SRE Pulse Survey. In this episode, we’ll reveal our survey findings!
Many of today’s organisations are already seeing the impact Artificial Intelligence (AI) can have in helping protect them from cybersecurity threats. In a Security Operations Centre (SOC), which continually monitors and analyses an organisation’s security posture, automating certain activities can help optimise, augment and speed up threat detection and resolution.
With a panel of expert speakers from Sumo Logic and Computing, this webinar draws on the latest Computing research to discuss and explore what it means to be cloud native, advantages this approach offers, technologies that cloud-native organisations are utilising and the innovations that have emerged as a result, and much more.
To keep modern, complex and continuously changing applications running is not an easy ask. Most operate by going from one fire-drill to the next. Reliability management helps shift teams from a reactive to a proactive stance to provide a fantastic digital experience and mitigate service disruptions.
Join Sumo Logic’s Paul Wilcox and Ventia’s Ian Atherton as they discuss how Ventia built continuous intelligence into its security services enabling them to consolidate their security applications and achieve a 30% reduction in total cost of ownership after adopting a cloud-first platform. With cloud-based scale and speed, the security team was also able to act swiftly to resolve security issues using real-time threat detection insights and alerts, and reducing alert fatigue by 30%.
Modern financial services company Snoop uses open banking and artificial intelligence (AI) to analyze customers’ transactions and spending. But as the volume, variety, and sensitivity of data it manages increases, so does the complexity. Watch this “fireside chat” style webinar to learn how to gain unified visibility across your Amazon Web Services (AWS) infrastructure. Listen as experts from Snoop, Sumo Logic, and AWS share tips and tools to help you glean game-changing insights in real time, economically, and at scale.
Now, more than ever, organizations around the world see the clear need for scalable, cloud-native apps and services to support business productivity during rapidly changing times. As a result, security teams are on the hook to adjust their security posture as the attack surface grows and their organization’s systems are increasingly migrated to the cloud. Join Sumo Logic Director of Product Marketing Dana Torgersen as he demonstrates the many features of Sumo Logic's cloud-native Security Intelligence, including the ability to analyze AWS logs for threats and monitor data access by users, devices & locations.
The world of the serverless app is here – with AWS Lambda pioneering serverless computing. With its NoOps promise of enabling users to run code that responds to events without requiring provision and management of servers (and only charging for the compute time consumed), Developers and DevOps teams everywhere want to leverage Lambda. But as with any new technology, there are significant challenges with knowledge, adoption and operational usage. The common questions that most teams ask include: How do I use Lambda effectively? What use cases work well with Lambda? How do I manage Lambda performance and operations? Join us for this exclusive webinar presented by Sumo Logic and 2U engineer David A. Black and you will learn: Basics of AWS Lambda Best practices for using AWS Lambda efficiently How to get started using AWS Lambda What use cases work best with AWS Lambda AWS Lambda management possibilities