How Devo Is Working with Google Cloud IDS to Deliver Greater SOC Visibility with Integrated Security Tools

As the only cloud-native logging and security analytics platform that enables organizations to take full advantage of all of their data to run and secure their business, Devo is committed to working with other leading security technology providers to bring advanced capabilities to our customers. That’s why we’re pleased to announce an integration with Google Cloud IDS.


Prevent secrets, credentials, and PII leaking in application logs with the Nightfall Developer Platform

Infosec leaders have a lot of corners to cover in their cybersecurity strategy. When crafting the tactics and onboarding the platforms that will protect sensitive information, the checklist of requirements could be missing a very important vector for attack, compliance risk or data loss: application logs.


Cloud Security Best Practices: Four Tips for Moving Security Technologies to the Cloud

In my previous post, I discussed cloud-computing security challenges identified in our new report, Beyond Cloud Adoption: How to Embrace the Cloud for Security and Business Benefits. Based on a survey conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG), the report found that while cloud computing does initially introduce security challenges and increased complexity, it’s worth it in the end. That said, CISOs need to strategically invest time and resources to achieve better security outcomes.


Is All Data Security Data?

There’s an old expression: When you’re a hammer, everything looks like a nail. Therefore, is it right for a security company such as Devo to consider all data security data? Let’s examine that concept. Recently I participated in a panel discussion at the GDS Security Insight Summit Europe with my colleague Dean Robertson who heads solution engineering for Devo in EMEA.


New Devo report shows organizations how to embrace the cloud for better security outcomes

Devo recently published a new research report Beyond Cloud Adoption: How to Embrace the Cloud for Security and Business Benefits, based on a survey conducted by Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG). ESG surveyed 500 IT and security professionals working in the security operations center (SOC) chain of command at organizations with more than 1,000 employees in North America and Western Europe. The survey took place in the first quarter of 2021. This is the first in a series of posts about the report.


Security Operations, the Devo Next-Gen SIEM, Is Now Chock Full of Content 

Devo has some big news for our customers, partners and prospects. We are pleased to announce the latest release of Devo Security Operations, which enables you to achieve full visibility without compromise, leverage real-time detections and enriched investigations, and maximize analyst productivity.


4 Reasons Cloud-Native Organizations Benefit from Cloud-Native Logging and SIEM

For cloud-native organizations — those begun in the past decade or so — obtaining critical services from other cloud-native companies makes sense. After all, the whole point of being cloud native is to avoid physical infrastructure wherever possible. You want to focus on your business, not managing the systems and infrastructures that support it. That strategy applies to your logging and security information and event management (SIEM) solution, as well.


Confessions of a Digital Security and Fraud Director

What’s the point of collecting a lot of data if you don’t have the tools and power to analyze it? In this Log’s Honest Truth podcast, presented in partnership with ITSP Magazine, Devo’s VP of Customer Success, Jill Orhun, discusses the confessions of “Mr. V,” a digital security and fraud director. His face and voice are disguised, but there’s no disguising his frustrations. Listen to the podcast. “Mr.


Confessions of a CISO

Ever wonder what really bugs a CISO. Well, do we have a story for you. In this Log’s Honest Truth podcast, presented in partnership with ITSP Magazine, Devo CISO JC Vega discusses the confessions of “Mr. T” (we disguised his face to protect his identity) a veteran CISO. Listen to the podcast. “Mr. T” faced three primary challenges: Next up, the confessions of “Mr. V,” a digital security and fraud director.


SIEM vs Log Management

It now takes organizations 207 days to identify and 73 days to contain security breaches, according to IBM’s 2020 Cost of a Data Breach Report. That means the average “lifecycle” of an incident is a staggering 280 days — 7 months! Moreover, cybercrimes are becoming increasingly sophisticated and attackers are quicker than ever when it comes to finding cracks in corporate infrastructure.