May 31st, 2023
Developer Roll Up: May 2023
The team at LimaCharlie continues down the path of changing the way cybersecurity tools and supporting infrastructure are delivered. Details about what has been happening for the month of May, and what is coming up, can be found below. As always, if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Domain and IP intelligence with alphaMountain and LimaCharlie
Join us Tuesday, June 13th @ 10:00 AM PT / 1:00 PM ET to learn about all that is enabled through LimaCharlie’s recent integration with alphaMountain.
With how quickly threat actors move, your network and security teams need additional data to triangulate security investigations and ensure your users are safe. Learn how you can leverage LimaCharlie's integration with alphaMountain to provide domain and IP intelligence feeds for cyber protection based on continuously trained AI models.
alphaMountain helps security architects and analysts make better, faster decisions about the risks posed by a host on the internet.
In this webinar, get an overview of both LimaCharlie and alphaMountain and learn how you can build detection and response rules utilizing the telemetry provided through the newly-available alphaMountain integration.
LimaCharlie is Hiring!
LimaCharlie is growing again! We are currently hiring for three positions. It is a very exciting time as we continue to gain traction in the market. We have always had a BIG vision and that vision is becoming a reality. Join us and come make cybersecurity better for the next generation.
Announcing the addition of the Secrets Manager
Secrets allow users to decouple the secret keys / passwords from their usage in various configurations. The most common usage is for storing the secret keys used by various Outputs. This allows you to grant permissions to some users to see the configuration of an Output, but not have access to the credentials it uses.
To get started, create a secret by navigating to the Secrets Manager part of the web app (under Organization Settings). Please ensure that you have the right permissions. After the secret has been saved, you can now replace the actual credentials with the name of your secret in the Outputs settings.
Learn more about secrets in our technical documentation.
Amazon GuardDuty Sensor
LimaCharlie added a new Sensor - Amazon GuardDuty. This enables LC users to ingest GuardDuty logs and have detection & response rules written on them. Amazon GuardDuty enables customers to analyze AWS CloudTrail Event Logs, VPC Flow Logs, and DNS Logs to look for unusual or unexpected behavior in their AWS accounts.
As usual, your feedback is very welcome and we look forward to pushing more functionality through Sigma and other managed rules from various sources. If you have any questions, join our Slack community or our weekly Office Hours held every Friday at 9:00AM PT.