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Organized attacks on cloud native infrastructure, software supply chain increasing

September 16, 2020

Israeli cyber company Aqua Security on Monday released a new threat report by its cybersecurity research team that reveals a growing, organized and increasingly sophisticated pattern of attacks on cloud native infrastructure. While most attacks were aimed at abusing public cloud computer resources for cryptocurrency mining, the methods used open the door for higher-value targets […]

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Aqua Security Surfaces Attacks on Container Platforms

September 15, 2020

Aqua Security has discovered a wave of cybersecurity attacks that abuse automated build processes to hijack resources from software development environments such as Docker Hub, GitHub, Travis CI and Circle CI to mine cryptocurrencies. Assaf Morag, lead data analyst at Aqua Security, says some of the attacks were traced to 11 GitHub accounts that were used to […]

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Aqua Security Research Report Shows Increase in Organized Attacks on Cloud Native Infrastructure and Software Supply Chain

September 14, 2020

Boston and Tel-Aviv, Israel – September 14, 2020 – Aqua Security, the pure-play cloud native security leader, today released a new threat report by Team Nautilus, Aqua’s cybersecurity research team, that reveals a growing, organized and increasingly sophisticated pattern of attacks on cloud native infrastructure. While most attacks were aimed at abusing public cloud compute […]

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Vast majority of cyber-attacks on cloud servers aim to mine cryptocurrency

September 14, 2020

An analysis of one year’s worth of cyber-attacks recorded in cloud honeypot servers reveals that the vast majority of hackers target cloud infrastructure with the purpose of deploying crypto-mining malware rather than exfiltrate sensitive corporate information, set up DDoS infrastructure, or other forms of cybercrime. According to Aqua Security’s 2020 Cloud Native Threat Report, which […]

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Crypto mining: The main aim for cloud server cyber-attacks

September 14, 2020

Aqua noted that hackers have been improving their intrusion methods, including malware. They are now using more sophisticated techniques to attack servers which makes it almost impossible to be spotted using a signature-based security system, or through static analysis. Head of Team Nautilus at Aqua, Idan Revivo, commented: The attacks we observed are a significant […]

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Kubecon + CloudNativeCon Shows Enterprise Software Dev Growth

August 20, 2020

Joining her in the discussion with press and analysts were Jim Zemlin, executive director of the Linux Foundation, and Liz Rice, vice president of open source engineering with Aqua Security. Rice also chairs CNCF’s technical oversight committee and said her team evaluates as many open source projects as possible that surface in the community to pick out […]

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End users, developers collaborate on cloud native container security solutions

August 18, 2020

“Security is ever more online; cloud security is ever more a part of what people need to pay attention to,” said Liz Rice (pictured), vice president of open-source engineering at Aqua Security Software Ltd. and chair of the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s Technical Oversight Committee. Rice spoke with Stu Miniman, host of theCUBE, SiliconANGLE’s livestreaming studio, during the […]

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Container, Serverless & Cloud Native Security Flash – July 2020

August 6, 2020

Welcome back!  To start things off, we recently announced our complete cloud native application protection platform, which has an even broader, more robust, and more integrated set of capabilities. It brings Cloud Workload Protection Platforms (CWPP), Cloud Security Posture Management (CSPM), and DevSecOps seamlessly together. In fact, leading research companies covering Cloud Native technologies are also […]

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