VMware AppDefense now secures containerized workloads, and it added an integration with Aqua Security — two moves that show VMware is charging ahead when it comes to containers and cybersecurity.
Combination of Aqua with VMware AppDefense will Extend Visibility and Least Privilege Enforcement into Containerized Applications SAN FRANCISCO / RSA Conference 2018 – 17 April 2018 – Aqua Security, the market-leading platform provider for securing containers and cloud-native applications, today announced a collaboration with VMware that will enable customers to protect applications deployed across both […]
Aqua now includes compliance checks to help identify personally identifiable information in container application images. In addition, the Aqua update can identify embedded “secrets” that include passwords and access tokens. Aqua also scans for malware in container images as well as container hosts to help identify threats.
New compliance-focused features take the hassle out of ensuring compliance with key requirements according to PCI-DSS, HIPAA, GDPR, CIS and NIST guidelines Boston, MA, April 9, 2018 — Aqua Security, the market-leading platform provider for securing container-based and cloud-native applications, today announced the availability of advanced compliance features as an enhancement to Aqua 3.0, which Aqua announced last […]
Microservices represent the best of both worlds when seeking to secure networking vulnerabilities, since, microservices essentially expose networking deeper inside the application. “The opportunity is that you can secure the application at the microservice level, which would prevent an attack from spreading much sooner (in a much smaller radius) than was ever possible before,” Osnat […]
Aqua Security have established themselves as a leader in the container security space. Rani Osnat, VP of Aqua Security and a frequent guest gives us an update on the latest developments around Kubernetes, security controls and the newest version of AquaSec, 3.0.
Aqua Security is seeing a lot of searching for unsecured, open-access Kubernetes dashboards, said Liz Rice, technology evangelist at the maker of a container security platform. And there’s a motive, she added. “There are search tools out there that people can use to find open ports across the Internet and exploit them for exfiltrating data or to […]
Aqua Security has extended its container security platform to cover the Kubernetes open source container orchestration tool, as well as to third-party container-as-a-service cloud platforms, where users may not otherwise enjoy full security control over their containers.