The Graylog Blog
Centralized Log Management for Access Monitoring
With security analytics and anomaly detection, centralized log management enables robust access monitoring.
C-Suite Reporting with Log Management
When senior leadership teams evaluate a centralized log management solution, they need to know how it solves their security, audit, and reporting challenges.
Monitoring Endpoint Logs for Stronger Security
The massive shift to remote work makes managing endpoint security more critical and challenging. To be successful, you need to secure your endpoints. High-fidelity endpoint log monitoring capabilities can help you do that.
Can I Send an Alert to Discord?
The growth and use of Discord has transformed from just many Gaming users to businesses using it as a communication platform. Having the ability to send Log Management Alerts to Discord where everyone is collaborating can provide a major benefit to multiple teams in an organization.
How Can I Silence Alerts?
There are times in IT environments when you might want to pause (silence) these alerts, not triggering unnecessary notifications. For example, when you know you're going to generate specific events in your network.
Threat Hunting with Threat Intelligence
Threat hunting that uses threat intelligence strengthens your incident response team’s ability to detect, investigate, and mitigate risk.
Monitoring Logs for Insider Threats During Turbulent Times
In these turbulent times, IT teams leverage centralized log management solutions for making decisions. As the challenges change, the way you’re monitoring logs for insider threats needs to change, too.
VPN and Firewall Log Management
VPN and firewall log management can help detect and mitigate security risks for a hybrid workforce.
Centralized Log Management and a Successful 2021
Logs are fundamental to any IT operations or security program because they tell you everything from who’s doing what to what’s connecting where. To get you set for 2021, Graylog’s experts have identified three key areas that you can improve so that you can work faster, mitigate risk, and manage documentation for the new normal WFH and the future hybrid version of WFH and in the office.
Red Team Tools Detection and Alerting
The Graylog alert feature can detect the signature from any log source in your organization with the signature/hash value in them. This blog post walks you through the bits of information from the YARA rules and create a rule in Graylog to alert when an IoC is detected.
Detecting Security Vulnerabilities with Alerts
Every day we discover new vulnerabilities in our systems, cracks in the fence the adversaries take advantage of to get into your organization and wreak havoc. Alerts from centralized log management can give advance notice of an attack or alert you when they are going on.
Log Management and Graylog Alerts – Keeping Track of Events in Real-Time
Alerts are a critical component of every log management solution. Graylog alerts are incredibly accessible and they provide the information you need in real-time.
Getting Things Done With Graylog v3.2
Graylog Enterprise v3.2 is out in the world, customers are using it and loving it, and we want to share with you what we've learned from them.
Announcing Graylog 3.2
This release unifies views, dashboards, and search for a more flexible and comprehensive approach to threat hunting.
New Slack output feature: Short mode
The newest version of our popular Slack plugin comes with a new feature for the message output module: The short mode writes messages with as little overhead as possible. This is great for high frequency streams writing into Slack.
Slack Plug-in v2.0: Forward Stream Messages to Slack
We just released v2.0 of our popular Slack plugin. It has several changes, improvements and also a completely new message output module that allows you to forward messages that are routed into a stream to a Slack room in real-time.