Querying Data at Source With Cribl Search

At the recent Security Field Day event, Cribl presented Cribl Search, a service included in Cribl Suite. Cribl Search allows users to query data in scattered addresses without having to move them. No matter where the data resides, Cribl Search lets users explore and investigate datasets in real time. Read about Cribl Search at Gestalt IT or watch the demo live on the website.

Thirty-Six GigaToasters

In this episode of Chaos Lever, Chris Hayner and Ned Bellavance cover Security Field Day 9, highlighting presentations by Comvault, Noname Security, Cisco, Cribl, and NetAlly’s Cyberscope. They discuss Comvault’s ThreatWise platform, which focuses on ransomware detection, and the use of fake hosts and lures to trap potential attackers. They also mention Cisco’s new hardware firewalls, the 4200 series, and their multicloud network security model. Chris shares insights on NetAlly’s Cyberscope, a handheld cybersecurity analyzer.

Grokking a Cosmos’ Worth of Logs

In this thought-provoking article, Alex Neihaus expresses his skepticism towards the concept of “big data” and highlights the challenges of managing and extracting actionable insights from massive amounts of operational logging data. He references Cribl’s product, Stream, showcased at Security Field Day, which intelligently eliminates data noise and selectively ingests log data into any destination. By reducing unnecessary data, Stream not only offers cost savings but also enhances the quality and accuracy of analysis, allowing organizations to focus on the most relevant security information within their logging data.

Safe and Sound at Security Field Day 9

Security Field Day 9 promises to showcase how security companies and teams are addressing ever-evolving cybersecurity threats to keep users safe. A lineup of prominent security companies will present their innovative solutions to reduce security risks, ensuring a better and secure user experience. Broadcasting live on June 28 and 29, we will see presentations from Commvault, HashiCorp, NetAlly, Cisco, Cribl, and Noname Security, highlighting their approach to enhancing data security and protection focused on critical areas such as backups and disaster recovery, multi-cloud defense, and Data Loss Prevention (DLP). Learn more about Security Field Day in this video featuring Tom Hollingsworth!

Rethinking Search With Cribl

Cribl Search is a federated query engine designed to integrate datasets, with a focus on security. In this article for Gestalt IT, Tom Hollingsworth discusses Cribl’s unique approach to data processing that combines observability and security. With insights into the latest developments in search technology, this article is an essential read for IT professionals looking to stay ahead of the curve.

Cribl: A Refreshing Approach to Product – XFD8

After attending Cribl’s presentation at Security Field Day in November, Vince Schuele thinks Cribl’s customer first approach is a “refreshing way to provide training, resources, and product information.” Read his thoughts on the IP Architechs website.

Security Field Day 2022: Cribl Presents

Nick Heudecker presented at Security Field Day in November and this article from the Cribl blog summarizes that presentation. Cribl Stream, Edge, and Search help companies deal with data volumes, tool sprawl, and staffing challenges. Read his summary and watch the Cribl Field Day presentations to learn more.

Querying Observability Data at Edge With Cribl Search

Sulagna Saha discusses the newly launched Cribl Search – a search function available to users on Cribl Cloud. Cribl Search reimagines the conventional search process by allowing administrators to search observability data at the edge. To read her thoughts, check out the article on the Gestalt IT website. For a complete demo of Cribl Search, be sure to watch the Cribl presentations from the recent Security Field Day on the Tech Field Day website.

XFD8 Prologue

Michael Davis is attending Security Field Day this week and shared his excitement about the event in general as well as his thoughts on two of the presenters. He’s particularly interested in Cribl and Swimlane, and it will be interesting to read his thoughts on them post-event.

Safe, Sound, and Secure With Security Field Day 8!

Tom Hollingsworth gives the rundown on the upcoming Security Field Day event. The Security Field Day event will see presentations from Fortinet, Micron, HashiCorp, Swimlane and Cribl. Follow along on the Tech Field Day website as well as the Security Field Day event page.