Blog Archive june 2020| Elastic

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Elastic Security has opened its detection rules repository to the world. We will develop rules in the open alongside the community, and we’re welcoming your community-driven detections. This is an opportunity to share collective security knowledge...

We’ve been working on a re-architecturing of Kibana that will make it easier to add new features more quickly, both for Elastic developers and the wider community. Here’s why we took this project on and what it means for developers now...

Elastic Cloud helps you quickly and easily find information, gain insights, and protect your technology investments across AWS, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure...

While testing a new Elastic Stack feature we discovered a Linux kernel bug affecting SSD disks on certain Linux kernels. Learn how the investigation involved a great collaboration with two close partners: Google Cloud and Canonical...

Find out how to ingest a repository of useful and pertinent content — in this case, a simple CSV file of contact information — into Workplace Search with the Custom Source API...

The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) recently published advisory 2020-008 about the "copy-paste compromises". This blog post highlights ways Elastic Security can protect organisations targeted by groups like those described in this report...

Elastic Enterprise Search is now available on Elastic Cloud, so you can deploy on any cloud provider you like — Azure, Google Cloud, or AWS — across dozens of regions...

Our Elastic Security research team has focused on advanced techniques used in a Malaysian-focused APT campaign. Learn who’s behind it, how the attack works, observed MITRE attack® techniques, and indicators of compromise...

Simple! Diagnostic files help our support team fix your problems and answer your questions quickly. Learn more about what's in (and what isn't) these files as well as how we use them...