In today's digital age, businesses are under immense pressure to bolster their cybersecurity. Understanding the financial implications of security tools is vital to ensure optimal ROI through risk reduction and breach resilience. This is particularly true for consumption-based security solutions like Security Information and Event Management (SIEM).
Staying ahead in the realm of cybersecurity means relentlessly navigating an endless sea of emerging threats and ever-increasing data volumes. The battle to stay one step ahead can often feel overwhelming, especially when your organization's data costs are skyrocketing.
We're overjoyed to announce our highly-anticipated security data pipeline platform at the renowned BlackHat conference in Las Vegas. The launch marks a milestone in our journey to bring simplicity to data engineering for cybersecurity operations, and to bring a cost-efficient way to tackle the increasingly complex data engineering challenges that security teams confront daily.
Zeek offers many ways to produce and consume logs. In this blog, we explain the various Zeek logging formats and show how you can get the most out of Zeek with Tenzir. We conclude with recommendations for when to use what Zeek format based on your use case.
VAST is now Tenzir. This blog post describes what changed when we renamed the project.
After 5 years of developing two identities, the VAST project and Tenzir the company, we decided to streamline our efforts and rename VAST to Tenzir.