Gain Visibility and Take Control of Your Security Data at AWS re:Inforce

June 11, 2023
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Bradley is an experienced IT professional with 15+ in the industry. At Cribl, he focuses ... Read Moreon building content that shows IT and security professionals how Cribl unlocks the value of all their observability data. Read Less

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Security teams face a significant challenge: Growing data volumes often means less visibility, making it difficult for those teams to detect breaches, track threats, and respond effectively. Unfortunately, the problem is exacerbated by the fact that security data is often locked in vendor-specific formats and tooling, hampering total visibility within the environment and stalling your workload migration to the cloud.

Cribl offers a solution that empowers organizations to regain control over their data. By leveraging Cribl’s suite of products, you finally get a comprehensive understanding of your organization’s security, performance, and overall health, allowing you to future-proof your business against potential threats.

If you’re attending AWS re:Inforce in Anaheim, CA, visit Booth #742 to discover how Cribl enables AWS customers to:

  • Route security data from any source and transform it to any schema, including OCSF for Amazon Security Lake
  • Seamlessly accelerate SIEM/Cloud Migration without the fear of data loss.
  • Effortlessly replay data from Amazon S3 to any analytics tool.
  • Optimize VPC Flow Log and CloudTrail data volume, ensuring high-quality insights.

The Cribl product suite will revolutionize the way you handle security data, enabling you to make informed decisions and proactively safeguard your organization’s digital infrastructure.

Cribl’s Speaking Schedule

Join us at AWS re:Inforce and discover how our suite of products can help you streamline your security data pipeline, accelerate threat detection and response, and focus your efforts on innovation as cyber threats evolve.

Take Control of Your Security Data: CrowdStrike, Cribl, and AWS

Michelle Zhang, Solutions Marketing Manager – CrowdStrike booth #402 on June 14 at 1 PM PT

Many tools and platforms make it difficult to send data to third-party analytics vendors: They want you to use their stack. The combined power of CrowdStrike, Cribl, and AWS gives you visibility over your security landscape for accelerated threat detection and response. Join Cribl’s Michelle Zhang at the CrowdStrike booth (#402) on Wednesday, June 14 at 1 PM PT to learn how Cribl can help you take back control over your data and concentrate your efforts on scaling innovation.

Cribl and Gitlabs: Enabling GitOps for your Observability Telemetry Pipeline

Kam Amir, Director, Technical Alliances – GitLabs Booth #732 on June 13 at 4 PM PT

With the GitOps features available in Cribl Stream 3.2 and higher, learn how you can integrate Cribl Stream and a GitLabs repo for configuration management with standard version-control systems and CI/CD flow. Push updates to your remote Cribl Stream via webhook, manually, or using automation. This separates development versus production configurations, enabling you to safely build and continuously deploy your Observability Pipelines.

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