Last updated on Jan 15, 2018 In this post, we are going to show you how to secure Elasticsearch by sharing a few simple and free prevention methods.
In part 1 of the “encrypted logs” series we discussed sending logs to Elasticsearch over HTTPS. This second part is about TLS syslog. If you wonder what this has to do with Elasticsearch, the point is that TLS syslog is […]
Let’s assume you want to send your logs to Elasticsearch, so you can search or analyze them in realtime. If your Elasticsearch cluster is in a remote location (EC2?) or is our log analytics service, Logsene (which exposes the Elasticsearch […]