Wouldn’t it be helpful to know if other cloud users are seeing the same or similar attacks that you are? Security intelligence about cloud applications beyond just those you own and operate as an enterprise opens up a new dimension in attack visibility against an even large sets of cloud apps.
Sumo Logic announced its extending their machine analytics and intelligence platform to include AWS Guard Duty during AWS re:Inforce 2019. Dubbed Global Intelligence Service for Amazon GuardDuty, the new service is more than just a data aggregation and reporting play. The new service provides additional context around GuardDuty data by reporting attack information across multiple Sumo Logic customers using AWS GuardDuty. Essentially a “crowdsourcing” approach to reporting threat intelligence across the cloud.
In this episode of DevOps Chat, David Andrejewski, Senior Engineering Manager at Sumo Logic, joins us to talk about this new, more expansive threat intelligence service. More information about Global Intelligence Service for Amazon GuardDuty is available in the press release and website at www.sumologic.com/application/aws-guardduty/ .