Zen And The Art Of Logs In The Cloud – Corey Thuen – PSW #644
March 23, 2020
Struggling with how to get your logs from the cloud? Have no fear, Corey and the Security Weekly crew talk about how to configure your logs in the cloud, use cloud-native services to handle the shuffling of logs in and out of the cloud, and control your costs! We conclude by talking a bit about Windows Event logs and overcoming some gotchas.
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