Shift your SIEM from reactive to proactive to start leveling up your threat hunting capabilities.
A huge volume of our personal and financial data depends on software code and databases. All of this information is stored in event logs, which is why having a dedicated log management tool is so important to IT security.
This post focuses on log files created by the three main operating systems--Windows, Mac, and Linux, and the main ways to access and read log files for each OS.
With so many choices available to us today, knowing what you need in your log management software can be difficult. Here are some tips on what features you should look for.
Where do server requests come from and why? You can find this information and more in server log files.
It’s unrealistic and cost-prohibitive for analysts to spot every threat. To avoid becoming a statistic, improve your threat intelligence signal-to-noise ratio to ensure real threats get the most attention.
The Graylog Sidecar lets you easily update collector configurations so you can always have the log data you need when your requirements change.