Cost management, information security, observability, and regulatory compliance present unique challenges for educational institutions. In a tight budgetary and compliance environment, institutions need to get the most out of their technology investments while maintaining a strong security and compliance posture.
Discover new ways to leverage Sumo Logic to assist your organization with achieving compliance toward cyber security frameworks, including NIST 800-53/171, HIPAA, ISO 27001, NIST CMMC, PCI-DSS, and SOX. By simply leveraging text panels within dashboards, you can simplify compliance by highlighting control elements covered by Sumo Logic queries. Save time spent on audit walkthroughs and measuring control effectiveness by using real-time compliance dashboards which can be easily shared with your internal and external auditors.
Advance your knowledge of how to leverage the Sumo Logic platform for security. We’ll discuss utilizing LogReduce/LogCompare, and our outlier functionality to determine anomalous activity around entities. You’ll learn how to take advantage of Sumo’s out-of-the-box content for security applications—including several new Work From Home solutions. In addition, we’ll walk through our native integration with CrowdStrike’s threat intelligence feed and how you can gain real-time dashboards and alerts. Finally, we’ll share how you can collapse your compliance use cases all in one place).
GoSpotCheck embraced open observability standards, like Prometheus and OpenTracing, early on, because we saw the promise of universal observability. Sumo Logic sees that promise also. As an organization practicing DevOps, devs, ops, and even support share responsibility for reliability engineering and need different views of data from sources that exist today, but also new applications and vendors that we'll create and work with tomorrow. We need everything in one place. Learn how we're building an observability solution encompassing self-managed and vendor-managed databases, Kubernetes clusters and PaaS apps, static front-ends and functions, request and event-based architectures, and how we plan see the whole system in Sumo Logic, thanks to the adoption of open standards.
As part of its ongoing commitment to innovation, a leading global airline company embarked on a major initiative that—when fully completed–would entail moving hundreds of applications to the cloud. However, essential to this initiative was the need for the company’s nascent cloud platforms to first attain compliance with the highly demanding PCI Data Security Standard. Failing to achieve this milestone would endanger the company’s entire digital transformation efforts.
Cost-effective, cloud-native platform that accelerates your PCI readiness with ease. Cybercriminals are continuously evolving their tactics to access valuable information, and for organizations that handle credit card data, just one breach can have far-reaching consequences that negatively impact brand reputation and bottom line.
Among other vital responsibilities, Vaimo is tasked with safeguarding its clients eCommerce operations. This means relentlessly applying creative techniques to thwart persistent, malicious behaviors that include spam, identity deceit, and bogus user creation, all while attempting to restrict access to key infrastructure resources to a core group of authorized specialists. Concurrently, the company eagerly sought new ways to satisfy an ever-increasing set of regulatory requirements.
As part of Paf’s journey to the cloud, the company needed a data analytics solution to help consolidate tools and give them the visibility to help monitor their distributed systems as they worked to modernize its application stack into Amazon Web Services (AWS). Paf was looking for an automated solution that would support its hybrid infrastructure, correlate log and metric data and support security regulations such as GDPR.
As is the case with every financial services organization, eNett was obligated to obey a constantly evolving collection of compliance regulations, while concurrently striving to reduce its security exposure. Carrying out these responsibilities consumed a significant amount of time and effort, which siphoned off resources from the company’s primary mission. At the same time, eNett eagerly sought techniques to empower its front-line customer support staff to speedily resolve client issues without needing to disturb its software developers
Syapse’s innovative precision medicine solution requires ingesting enormous volumes of disparate information from numerous sources. Loading, organizing, and relating all of this raw data is regularly subject to complications such as interruptions, errors, and discrepancies. These issues often required manual resolution, which routinely distracted software development and operations staff from their primary tasks. As a HIPAA compliant and HITRUST certified company, Syapse needed to have standardized processes and audit capabilities to protect patient data.
In this latest SnapSecChat video series, our CSO, George Gerchow, talks about the imperative for building the next-gen security operations center (SOC) of the future. Why? Because today's IT landscape is becoming increasingly complex and cloud-based. Everything has changed, from applications being built on microservices, to the CI/CD pipeline, to new and merging toolsets that help us manage and secure our cloud-based infrastructure via APIs. That means we must completely reimagine how we manage security operations if we are to keep pace with the rate of technological innovation. This includes a new level of rigor, adaptive processes, and industry and team collaboration to ensure we take a proactive security approach to continue to stay ahead of attackers. For Sumo Logic, this means working with customers like The Pokemon Co. International and partners like Nordcloud to share industry best practices, processes and key learnings on how to effectively operate a modern day global SOC. To learn more about how Sumo Logic is working with Pokemon on joint SOC initiatives, check out this recent blog as well as the customer press release. If you enjoyed this video, then be sure to stay tuned for another one coming to a website near you soon! And don’t forget to follow George on Twitter at @GeorgeGerchow, and use the hashtag #SnapSecChat to join the security conversation!