Switching to a multi-cloud solution? Easy! Just kidding. Expel’s senior detection & response engineer shares some things you need to think about when going multi-cloud – and how to stay sane.
Running a Google Cloud Platform (GCP) workload or thinking about integrating it into your security portfolio? Expel can help! We’ve officially launched our GCP 24x7 monitoring and response services.
Need to expand your security tool chest? Our CISO’s got some tips to consider when thinking about what tech to keep or buy.
How well is your MSSP or MDR going to manage your fleet of security signals over time? Here’s how to figure out whether they’re up for the challenge.
How can you figure out if the quality of the service you’re about to sign up for will improve over time? Our COO Yanek Korff’s got some tips for making sure you choose a service that’ll last.
We use technologies behind the scenes to make Expel Workbench and our analysts more efficient. GreyNoise is one of those -- here's how we use it and why you might find it useful too.
We’ve heard lots of interesting Qs as prospective customers evaluate which solution's right for them... here are the 12 you should be asking.
Figuring out how to protect your SaaS infrastructure like Office 365 -- especially if you’re newer to cloud -- can feel overwhelming. So here are five Office 365 security best practices to check out right now.
Seven smart ways to prepare for a tour of a security operations center (SOC) and five clues to watch out for during your visit.
An uncommonly clear review of what managed detection and response (MDR) is, where it came from and what it can/can't do for you.
We cut through the hype to explain what EDR products can do for you.
Look out for these five indicators that it's probably time to start considering alternatives to your managed security services provider. Plus, questions to ask to avoid these traps.
Set yourself up for success by asking these four questions before you purchase new security products.
Do you have the equipment and material needed to get your work right? Here are seven things to keep in mind to bring harmony to your toolchain.
Part 1 of keep your security nerds happy series