Security

Darin Fisher

How We Use InfluxDB for Security Monitoring

At InfluxData, we believe it makes sense to use a time series database for security monitoring. In summary, it’s because security investigations are inevitably time-oriented — you want to monitor and alert on who accessed what, from where, at which …

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Al Sargent

InfluxData is SOC 2 Certified

At InfluxData, we focus on our customers’ productivity — time to awesome, as we call it. Usually this is about product capabilities — InfluxDB’s features, speed, scalability, etc. But for some, your project will grow in size to the point …

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Community

Fail2ban Monitoring with InfluxDB and Telegraf

This article was written by Robert Hajek, Development Lead at Bonitoo, a software consultancy based in Prague and an InfluxData Consulting Partner.  If you have a server open to the internet on Port 22 (the default port for SSH servers), …

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Ignacio Van Droogenbroeck

Automating SSL Certificate Expiration Monitoring

In my previous work experience, monitoring certificate validation was critical to our team. These certificates were used to sign commercial transactions between the payment gateway (us) and other providers. That check was manual and depended on the calendar of one …

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Chris Churilo

Monitoring Endpoint Security States with InfluxDB

Several factors in recent years have increased endpoint vulnerability — from organizations’ need to make access to data more fluid, to threats targeting mobile device access and networks, to the growing work-from-home and work-on-the-go trends. Endpoints connected to a network …

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