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Filtering your logs before sending them, however, may lead to gaps in coverage or the accidental removal of valuable data. Datadog Log Management removes these limitations by decoupling log ingestion from indexing. This enables you to cost-effectively collect, process, archive, explore, and monitor all your logs with no log limits.How does Datadog protect my data?
All data transmitted between Datadog and Datadog users is protected using Transport Layer Security (TLS) and HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS). If encrypted communication is interrupted the Datadog application is inaccessible.How do I manage AWS logs in Datadog?
To get started, log in to your Datadog account and select Logs on the menu to enable the log management feature. After that, make sure you can see AWS logs in the Log Explorer.What type of encryption does Datadog use?
Datadog uses symmetric encryption at rest (AES-256) for indexed logs. Indexed logs are deleted from the Datadog platform once their retention period, as defined by you, expires. In version 6 or above, the Agent can be configured to filter logs sent by the Agent to the Datadog application.