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Sift Security Integrates Splunk into its solution


We’ve come across a lot customers who use Splunk, but are also excited about the advantages of Sift Security’s unique graph analytics and visualization. These customers have been asking for an easier and more efficient way to integrate Sift Security with their existing Splunk environment.

In an effort to continue providing our customers with what they need in their environment, we are excited to announce the integration of Splunk into our Sift Security solution. Customers can now get the benefits of Sift Security’s graph algorithms and visualizations, integrated with their Splunk solution at the same time. Highlights of the integration include:

  • Sift Security’s Graph Data Model leverages Splunk Common Information Model
  • Splunk customers can set up recurring (real time) queries
  • From the Sift Security graph canvas, users can pull additional data from Splunk on demand




Check out our Sift Security, Splunk Integration user guide and demonstration video, and learn more on how Splunk customers can benefit from using Sift Security: https://siftsecurity.com/resources/.

More details on installation and user guides are also available to our customers upon request (contact@siftsecurity.com).

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