With 75% of databases expected to be on a cloud platform by the end of 2022, the topic of on-prem vs. cloud is more relevant
Choosing a Cybersecurity Professional Services (PS) provider is similar to choosing any other professional provider. Think about how you would go about choosing a doctor,
As a Splunk Professional Services consultant I have the good fortune of working with really smart and experienced engineers, and the combination of smart and experienced means they’re trying to be as ready as they can for what comes next. In this blog, we’ll discuss how to prepare for a Splunk migration.
A law passed by Congress late last year allocated $1 billion in cybersecurity grants for state and local governments to improve their digital defenses.
We’ve said it before: The Department of Defense Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification (CMMC) Program is extremely complex. Contractors working within the Department of Defense supply
Editor’s Note: This article is co-authored by Barry Duncan, Team Lead, Professional Services Observability; and Chase Yates, Practice Manager, Security. A common problem technology teams
The first mistake we’ve seen organizations make before a Splunk Cloud migration is not bringing in the right people from the start. It’s avoidable with proper planning and a firm understanding of what Splunk Cloud does and doesn’t do.