Mint Security tarjoaa Splunkia käyttäville erilaisia lisäarvollisia Splunk konsultointipalveluita jolla saadaan omasta ympäristöstä kaikki irti – turvallisesti.
This blog post will show you how to integrate Travis CI and Veracode. Travis is a cloud based continuous integration (ci) service, that can be used to automate tests and builds for software projects hosted in GitHub.
Clustered Splunk Enterprise installations are mainly managed by the related management nodes. Indexer Cluster with the Cluster Master and Search Head Cluster with the Search Head Cluster Deployer. Without an additional process of change management, there is no way to easily track down what has been changed, by who and when.
Mint Security has a set of predefined delivery models to choose from. These are based on best practices and experience.
So, you’ve got your Splunk Enterprise up and running and collecting data from some of your systems. A few dashboards have been created too and life is good. But perhaps, there could be more .
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Mint Security provides a vast range of überconsulting for Splunk. From a single server to clustered multisite setups with integrated SSO and 2FA.
As the use of open source code in development projects continues to grow exponentially, software development teams must take great pains to address open source risk.
Splunk Enterprise is known as a de-facto do-it-all log collector, that in reality is fairly easy to start with, but can be complex to master.
CIRCLean is a independent open source software built on the Raspberry PI. It transfers files from untrusted to trusted USB sticks. CIRClean adds a ‘.DANGEROUS’ filename extension to all suspicious files.
This post is not a technical silver bullet. Nor is it the absolute truth. As a starting point though it is good. It adheres to common sense, is based on risk analysis – and provides good value for the effort.
The main points in this post are about the different E’s (elliptic and ephemeral) as well as EC in the key exchange and the certificate signature algorithms.