Let’s be real for a moment: security monitoring and SIEM data integrity is a hard job, but somebody has to do it! The applications can be complex, the methods for data ingestion vast, and the process can be long and painstaking. Well I am here to help. I am sharing my knowledge of efficiently operating and maintaining security logging and monitoring infrastructure for SIEMs of various types (Splunk, ELK stack etc.).

On this site you will find 2 blogs:

  • Technical – A blog all about security monitoring applications, operating efficiencies, and various programming endeavors
  • Personal – A blog about my opinions and other non-security/technical posts

If you would like to learn more about me, please take a look at the about page or my resume page. I can be reached via the contact page or through comments on individual blog posts.

Thanks for visiting!

~Ryan

9 Comments

    1. yes, my comment system works?

  1. came for arabic 103.
    Read your interesting blogs.

    i would like to contemplate life
    and comprehend it on a broader scale as well.
    Thought you ought to know

    PS: arabic 2/2+ ??

    1. Thank you! I am glad you read them and enjoyed my posts :).

      As for the Arabic 2/2+, it is a government fluency rating (goes up until 5 on some scales, other scales are maxed at 3). 2/2+ basically means I can hold conversations with native speakers on most general topics but I can not do many advanced conversations.

  2. @Ryan [Site Owner]
    Wish I cd too be at least a 2/2+ :)…wht gt you into arabic anyways?

    1. I took 3 years of German a while back and when I entered into college I didn’t want to continue that language so I tried out Arabic because I was looking into government work as well. I liked the language so I have stuck with it my entire college career. I am testing my new comment notification system so hopefully you are now notified when I reply to your comments.

  3. What did you like about arabic?

    yeah hopefully cz i aint that net savvy.

    Eid Mubarak! (think arabic taught u what is Eid)

    1. The language as a whole is just really interesting! I love how different it is from English, and the way word meanings can be understood from the roots is really cool.

      I am not very good with phonetic typing so I am not sure what that means =/.

  4. my name is ryan glynn to

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