A guide to onboard Security Information and Event Management in your Organization

If your business is like most, you are collecting logs from almost every device with security relevance. The flood of events is probably more than any human can alone correlate. This is the role of the Security Information & Event Management (SIEM) system.

Introduction to SIEM

Introduction to SIEM. Everything you wanted to know about Log Management As more businesses operate online, it’s increasingly important to incorporate cyber security tools and threat detection to prevent downtime. SIEM tools are an important part of the data security ecosystem: they aggregate data from multiple systems and analyze that data to catch abnormal behavior…

Leveraging Cloud for Disaster Recovery

As public cloud infrastructures mature and storage costs decrease, more and more enterprises are looking to the cloud to implement their disaster recovery (DR) plans. Virtually every recent survey of IT trends shows that secondary backup in general and DR in particular are highly compelling cloud use cases, and are often the first forays of…

Introduction to Container Services

Containers provide a standard way to package your application’s code, configurations, and dependencies into a single object. Containers share an operating system installed on the server and run as resource-isolated processes, ensuring quick, reliable, and consistent deployments, regardless of environment. Why Containers Instead of virtualizing the hardware stack as with the virtual machines approach, containers…