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‘Software containers’ are improving security of cloud computing

August 22, 2017

Baking in security early in the development process reduces risk, fosters collaborative culture

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Container & DevSecOps Digest | August: Azure Container Instances, Docker Developer as Attack Vector and PII Protection in Container Environment

August 9, 2017

This month, read all about our Black Hat USA 2017 talk where we presented onstage a novel attack on Docker developers; Learn why we are so excited about the new Azure Container Instances and Join our upcoming webinar on securing Kubernetes environments.

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Aqua Security Recognized by CRN as 2017 Emerging Vendor in Security

August 1, 2017

New Aqua Guide Outlines Controls to Drive PCI Compliance for Applications Developed and Run on Containers  

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How to Keep Container Secrets Secret

July 31, 2017

Keeping secrets secret in container-based applications is complex and challenging, but far from hopeless

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Malware? In my Docker container? It’s more common than you think

July 28, 2017

Researchers say software prisons can hide nasty attack payloads

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Aqua Security Reveals Developer Security Risks With Docker Containers

July 28, 2017

In a Black Hat session, researchers outline an attack scenario aimed against developers that could put them at risk of exploitation.

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Attack Uses Docker Containers to Hide, Persist, Plant Malware

July 27, 2017

The proof of concept attack was developed by researchers at Aqua Security, and the technique was first demonstrated today at Black Hat by Sagie Dulce, senior security researcher, with Aqua Security.

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Manifesto: A New Open Source Container Metadata Tool from Aqua Security

July 26, 2017

At Aqua Security, we have just released an open source project to help container users manage the metadata associated with their container images. It’s called Manifesto, and it stores free-form metadata in the registry, alongside the images themselves.

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