If you haven’t already, you’ll need to create an account in the Perch app.
If you’re using log monitoring and/or SIEM, we’ve outlined relevant articles below for each option, including how to get the integrations up and running.
Use the Perch SIEM to monitor all your log sources, including workstation servers and cloud applications. The log shipper allows you to collect events from your on-network and off-network endpoints.
Use these articles to get started:
With Perchybana we can work alongside you, you can go in and get your hands a little dirty and see the data that we see, or any combination of the two. We make the data transparent, giving you full control over your security posture.
Adding integrations expands Perch’s threat analysis to include the log data of your other tools and services. It lets you aggregate your data, giving you a clear view of your environment. We have a variety of integrations and are continuing to add more to our arsenal. Find all of our currently available integrations here:
Once your integrations are set up, you can go to the Perch Marketplace to start gathering essential content. Without setting up the Perch Marketplace, Perch will only have the capability to pull in logs and cannot generate additional content. You can read about setting up the Perch Marketplace and more here: