Amazon: AWS Log Reporting

I was having a conversation with a customer the other day about Amazon AWS monitoring.  He had some interesting insight on his company’s overall migration to Amazon Web Service (AWS). He started with, “Here’s the core of it, cloud based deployment isn’t going away for us. Though there are no directives, by this time next year I’m expecting all but two of our public-facing applications to be sitting outside of our buildings.”  He even went on to say, “There’s a very real possibility that within 2-3 years we decommission half of our computer rooms”. Needless to say, any application that they use for network visibility and incident response needs to support Amazon AWS monitoring. I loved his input and because of it I decided to dig deeper. Continue reading “Amazon: AWS Log Reporting”


Ransomware targets increase with IoT vulnerabilities

Face it—the information technology arena is an ever-changing monster and recent news about the increase with IoT vulnerabilities is no exception. A new technology can come around all of a sudden and change how we think and do things. Don’t get me wrong; it’s exciting and it’s what our world has been built on, but it’s also a little nerve-wracking. This becomes a bigger issue in the world of security, since newer technology tends not to be completely vetted. Continue reading “Ransomware targets increase with IoT vulnerabilities”