In this post, we will cover how to use the JASK API to identify gaps in rule coverage.
How to expand the funnel by customizing workflow inside the JASK platform and pulling the additional metrics via API.
Increasingly, more organizations are starting to rely on open source software to build their products. JASK is no exception to this trend.
Almost anyone who has spent time around SIEM and security operations have seen a security event management funnel.
Today’s innovating companies are increasingly moving to public cloud environments to manage their mission-critical applications.
It’s prime time SIEM platforms move to the cloud—and the move needs to be built on a cloud-native platform that was designed for the cloud from the start.
Cloud computing has become so readily adopted that some business applications are now consumed almost exclusively as cloud services.
The cybersecurity industry needs to ingest and make decisions on this information every day, but as more data is generated it gets harder and harder to find meaningful answers from it.
Humans are now producing more data on a day-by-day basis than ever before. Every minute, users on the internet generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of data on average.
The ability of an actor to remain undiscovered or obfuscating its doings when driving a malicious campaign usually affects the gains of such campaigns.
Security information and event management (SIEM) came together from what seemed like a natural pairing between SIM and SEM solutions.