Get the number of MS Sentinel rules looking at tables (approximately)

Overview EDIT: If you need to use this information in workbook, take a look at the “Log Sources & Analytics Rules Coverage” workbook. It uses a combination of ARM templates, JSON, and Regex to show which rules are enabled for a selected table. Very cool! Microsoft Sentinel can show you which MITRE tactics and techniques […]

Mimic drilldown in a Microsoft Sentinel workbook

Overview I recently saw a question about how to do a drilldown in a Microsoft Sentinel workbook. While Rod Trent wrote a post called How to Make Your Azure Sentinel Workbooks Even More Interactive with Drilldowns and Downloads – Azure Cloud & AI Domain Blog ( about 2 years ago on this subject, it deals […]

Azure KQL: Access sub-columns using the bag_unpack plugin

Overview When accessing information using KQL, sometimes you have a column that contains sub-columns that you want to access. There are a couple of different ways to obtain this information and I will show you two ways in this blog post. The first way will be to extract each column individually. While this works and, […]

Recreating a MS workbook in PowerBI: Part 4 – PowerBI Parameters

Overview Back in the first post in this series, I mentioned that you can easily change how far back you can look to get information in your queries. This post will talk about PowerBI parameters that we will use to do this. Create a parameter Parameters are very easy to create. In left hand navigation […]

Recreating a MS workbook in PowerBI: Part 3 – Working with tables

Overview So far in this series (if 3 posts can be considered a series), we have ingested data into PowerBI and created a basic report. We looked at some of the pitfalls that may happen when creating a table view. In this post, we will look at the tables themselves and how we can expand […]