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Extracting fields from a Splunk Search

Splunk has a nifty command, which can be used to extract fields from your splunk searches. In our case, we were logging an entire json request of a service call which did not go through due to some errors and we wanted to extract a specific field from the request for reporting purposes. 241 more words


HP networked printers to use Singapore-built app

(Source: www.techgoondu.com)

For the first time, Nanyang Polytechnic students have developed a security app that can be used on Hewlett-Packard networked printers.

The app was developed recently together with Splunk, which provides security intelligence for organisation. 479 more words


It's about time to change your correlation searches timing settings

I wrote about the problem of delayed events in a previous post, so here the focus is on how to overcome that problem when writing a rule or a correlation search (CS). 835 more words


WannaCry Response

WannaCry hit. There are a million excellent write-ups on the malware. How about one about how to respond if it isn’t via a help desk ticket notifying you of the malware? 301 more words


IT System Dashboards: Are they as helpful as they should be?

We’ve all seen dashboards for given systems. A dashboard is essentially a quick view into a given system. We are seeing these more and more often in the monitoring of a given system. 518 more words

My First Hackathon :)

So I haven’t written here in a while!

But something semi cool happened!

I went to my first hackathon and it was pretty dope. The event was run through the   80 more words

Palantir Settles Federal Discrimination Lawsuit

Palantir Technologies, the Palo Alto-based data analytics company, has settled an administrative lawsuit filed by the U.S. Department of Labor last fall.

The suit alleged that Palantir discriminated against Asian job applicants by routinely eliminating them in the screening process, even when they were as qualified as white applicants. 540 more words