What is SecDataOps?
One simple principle: Dataflows as Pipelines
Tenzir follows a simple philosophy: composable dataflow pipelines. Anyone can easily create powerful pipelines by chaining together operators, similar to Unix pipes or Powershell commands, with the difference that our operators are specially designed for security data operations use cases. You can unify dataflows by combining pipelines and build intricate security stacks that connect to the whole universe of security and data tools.
Real Security Data Operations
Go security-native so nothing gets lost in translation
Modern security operation teams have high data demands, but get hit by the overheads of repurposing generic tools for security. Tenzir provides native operators and capabilities designed to speed up security use cases and make it easy for security users to work bottom-up with their own data.
Add context that matters
Easily enrich event and alert data to add user, asset, or other relevant context using simple operators inserted into any pipeline.
Push detection to the edge
Execute detections or match threat intelligence at any point in a pipeline. Use community security content, source it from the commercial provider, or write your own in Sigma or Python.
Simplify security data analytics
Finally, ELT for security: slice-and-dice, extract, aggregate, and delete rows or columns from any event source. A complete analytical powerhouse at your fingertips, with polymorphic operators so you don’t have to worry about schemas.
Avoid context switching
Tenzir has a rich set of domain-specific data types so that you can model your data optimally and eliminate costly context switching between the data and security world. Leverage first-class IP addresses, subnets, durations, timestamps, and model complex data structures with lists, records, and user-defined types.
By design, not as an afterthought
Data protection and privacy should be built-in and not bolted on. Tenzir is decentralized by design so you can easily decide where data ultimately resides. Protect personally identifiable information and meet regulatory requirements like GDPR with out-of-the-box data protection capabilities, such as redaction, pseudonymization, and encryption.