BOSTON — January 12, 2022 — Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced results from a study conducted by experts from recently acquired Argon Security, which found that software supply chain attacks grew by more than 300% in 2021 compared to 2020. According to Argon’s 2021 Software Supply Chain Security Review, […]
BOSTON — January 5, 2021 — Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced the appointment of cybersecurity industry veteran Paul Calatayud as Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Calatayud brings 20+ years of experience to his new role at Aqua, where he will help scale the security program, shape strategies to advance […]
BOSTON — December 21, 2021 — Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced the appointment of Albert Nieves as Vice President of Federal Sales. With 30 years of experience specializing in technology within the federal market, Nieves will join Aqua to drive continued growth and help U.S. Government agencies more securely move […]
What an end to the year! So much has been happening this December and the month isn’t over yet. Explore our take on the critical Log4Shell vulnerability along with mitigation advice and recommendations on how to address the risk of similar issues in the future. At Aqua, we were excited to join forces with Argon, the leader in […]
Teppei Fukuda, open source software engineer at Aqua Security and creator of Trivy, discusses how open source Trivy plugs into the software build process and scans container images and infrastructure-as-code files for vulnerabilities and misconfigurations.
The acquisition has produced “the industry’s first and only solution to secure all stages of software build and release,” according to Aqua Security co-founder and CEO Dror Davidoff.
Rory McCune of Aqua Security spoke about getting started with Kubernetes security at Computing’s recent Deskflix: DevSecOps event, where he attempted to answer the question, ‘What’s the one thing I could do to try and improve my Kubernetes security?’
Aqua’s Dynamic Threat Analysis protects containerized applications from image-based malware by automatically running images in a secure sandboxed environment. This service, combined with Argon’s supply chain security capabilities, can secure the build stage in the application lifecycle, the company claims.