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@AlexMartin Yes, fair enough. I liked Jeremy - nice guy. There we go - breaking news!
@AlexMartin What didn't you like about it?
@NathanMcNulty @_EthicalChaos_ Absolutely. I am always recommending Graylog. And also that people sit down and consider a security monitoring strategy before just buying a siem!
@NathanMcNulty @_EthicalChaos_ And which can also perfectly happily scale to the enterprise when you have the team available, or at that point you can go to the market with a fully fleshed, well understood, set of requirements
@NathanMcNulty @_EthicalChaos_ Graylog is ace. And I agree 100% with everything you've said in this threat. I've know orgs blow budget, and then lose credibility, on a SIEM they can't use. Graylog, Sysmon, SecurityOnion etc.Lots of amazing tools out there with a free tier which can help you get an initial grip
@NathOnSecurity Where are you living now?