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The Sumo Logic app for Miro provides visibility into Miro audit logs to ensure the security and compliance of your Miro environment. The app leverages the Miro cloud-to-cloud source to collect audit log data and provides pre-built dashboards and visualizations to enable security teams to easily monitor and investigate potential security threats.

The app provides a comprehensive overview of key security events and user activity. It includes widgets that track key metrics such as total events, board events, team events, sign-in security events, and more. Additionally, it offers insights into the distribution of sign-in security events and sign-ins over time by authentication methods. The dashboard also highlights sign-ins from risky geo-locations, which helps you to quickly identify potential security threats and take appropriate actions to mitigate them. These widgets help you to monitor your account performance, identify improvement areas, and ensure their data's security. With these widgets, you can easily monitor and manage their security posture, ensuring your data and systems remain secure and protected.

With the Sumo Logic app for Miro, security teams can stay on top of potential security threats, proactively identify vulnerabilities, and respond quickly to security incidents.

Log types

This App uses Sumo Logic’s Miro Source to collect Audit Logs from Miro.

Sample log message

Audit Log
"type": "event",
"event": "board_opened",
"details": {
"role": "OWNER"
"createdAt": "2018-10-19T23:59:45Z",
"createdBy": {
"type": "user",
"name": "Test",
"id": "3074457346235995512",
"object": {
"id": "3074457346235995523",
"name": "BoardName"
"context": {
"organization": {
"type": "organization",
"name": "CompanyName",
"id": "3074457345821140123"
"team": {
"type": "team",
"name": "TeamName",
"id": "3074457345710755694"
"ip": ""
"id": "450256789"

Sample query

Total Phishing Security Tests
| json "id", "type", "", "", "context.ip", "createdAt", "event", "", "" as id, type, team_name, organization_name, ip, createdAt, event, user_name, user_email nodrop
| where organization_name matches "{{organization}}"
| where team_name matches "{{team}}"
| where event matches "{{event}}"
| count_distinct (id)

Set up collection

Follow the instructions for setting up Cloud-to-Cloud Integration for Miro source and use the same source category while installing the app.

Installing the Miro app

To install the app, do the following:

  1. Select App Catalog.
  2. In the Search Apps field, search for and then select your app.
    Optionally, you can scroll down to preview the dashboards included with the app.
  3. To install the app, click Install App.
  4. Click Next in the Setup Data section.
  5. In the Configure section of the respective app, complete the following fields.
    1. Key. Select either of these options for the data source.
      • Choose Source Category, and select a source category from the list for Default Value.
      • Choose Custom, and enter a custom metadata field. Insert its value in Default Value.
  6. Click Next. You will be redirected to the Preview & Done section.

Your app will be installed in the Installed Apps folder and dashboard panels will start to fill automatically.

Each panel slowly fills with data matching the time range query and received since the panel was created. Results will not immediately be available, updating with full graphs and charts over time.

Viewing Miro dashboards​

All dashboards have a set of filters that you can apply to the entire dashboard. Use these filters to drill down and examine the data to a granular level.

  • You can change the time range for a dashboard or panel by selecting a predefined interval from a drop-down list, choosing a recently used time range, or specifying custom dates and times. Learn more.
  • You can use template variables to drill down and examine the data on a granular level. For more information, see Filter with template variables.
  • Most Next-Gen apps allow you to provide the scope at the installation time and are comprised of a key (_sourceCategory by default) and a default value for this key. Based on your input, the app dashboards will be parameterized with a dashboard variable, allowing you to change the dataset queried by all panels. This eliminates the need to create multiple copies of the same dashboard with different queries.


The Miro - Overview dashboard provides a comprehensive overview of events related to Miro. The dashboard features various widgets, including Total Events, Total Board Events, Distribution of App Events, Events By Team, Boards Created and Opened over Time, Events Over Time, Geo-Location of Events, Recent File Event Summary, and Recent Event Summary.

The widgets allow you to track and analyze event-related information, including the total number of events, their distribution, team-wise breakdown, creation and opening of boards over time, and their geographical locations. The Recent File Event Summary and Recent Event Summary widgets provide a summary of the latest events for quick reference. A dashboard is a useful tool for monitoring and improving event management by providing quick access to relevant information.


Security Events

The Miro - Security Events dashboard provides a comprehensive overview of your security events related to Miro. The dashboard features various widgets, including Sign-in Security Events, Account(s) Created, Account(s) Deleted, User(s) Deactivated, User(s) Reactivated, Distribution of Sign-in Security Events, Sign-In over time by Authentication Methods, and Sign-in from Risky Geo-Locations.

The widgets allow you to track and analyze your security events, including the number of sign-in security events, account creation, deletion, deactivation, and reactivation. The Distribution of Sign-in Security Events widget provides an overview of sign-in patterns across different events, while the Sign-in over time by Authentication Methods widget offers a breakdown of sign-ins by the authentication method. The Sign-in from Risky Geo-Locations widget helps you to identify geographic locations that pose a higher risk to your security. A dashboard is a useful tool for monitoring and improving your security by providing quick access to relevant information.

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