Happy Friday everyone! We’ve made it through another week and headed into the weekend. I hope your week was good, both personally and professionally.
The content for this week’s newsletter is a bit sparser than normal. But not to worry.
I’ll let you in on a Microsoft secret.
When a major Microsoft conference is near, the content we provide in blogs, videos, etc. slow down, almost to a stop.
Microsoft Igniteis coming up (October 12-14) and we need things to announce so the content tap will be adjusted back to a drip. Once Ignite happens and we make our announcements, you’ll see a flurry of activity and that content tap opened full force to drive interest and build knowledge on the new features and products.
This isn’t a new thing. It’s a tale as old as time.
We have a couple YAMS this week, giving you the best opportunity to give back to the community.
Microsoft Sentinel: SIEM Health & Monitoring Survey
The Microsoft Sentinel team would like to learn more about your SIEM system health and monitoring needs. We are working to expand health monitoring functionality within Microsoft Sentinel and will use the information you provide to make decisions regarding the inclusion of new features and capabilities.
As a preparation for the next semester, we want to understand more about your use in the UEBA capabilities and how we can make it more relevant and focused to your needs.
Please provide feedback in as much detail as possible, including examples. The more detailed the feedback, the better we will be able to improve the service and make it more valuable and useful for you.
I took look this week at the Content Hub area in my Microsoft Sentinel environment to realize I had 14 Solution updates available. These can really get away from you. How often do you check and update these?