BOSTON – September 8th, 2021 – Aqua Security, the pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced that the company will be the first cloud native security PartnerWorld partner supporting the launch of the new IBM Power10-based IBM Power E1080 server. As an important component of end-to-end application modernization and hybrid cloud adoption, Aqua Security will provide new tools to help customers better secure the full lifecycle of Red Hat OpenShift containerized workloads on IBM Power servers. IBM Power10 is architected from the ground up to be one of the most secure server platforms, designed to protect data […]
Over 12 months, our research team analysed anonymised cloud infrastructure data from real production environments across hundreds of organisations. The 2021 Cloud Security Report: Cloud Configuration Risks Exposed provides insights to help organisations better understand the risks that come with the move to multi-cloud environments as well as recommendations on best practices to mitigate them.
Aqua Security has published a report that identifies five malicious Docker images that have collectively been pulled more than 130,000 times from the Docker Hub repository.
Aqua’s Story Tweedie-Yates summarizes the key considerations for organizations managing cloud expansion to minimize the risks posed by misconfigurations.
Here’s a roundup of the latest cloud native security news we gathered for you. Kubernetes 1.22 is out, bringing a few new features to improve the security of Kubernetes. On the threat front, Team Nautilus uncovered several supply chain attacks using container images that hijack resources to mine cryptocurrency. As Infrastructure-as-Code is rising in popularity, see how Trivy IaC security […]
BOSTON – August 18, 2021 – Aqua Security, the pure-play cloud native security leader, today appointed Christopher Smith as Chief Revenue Officer. With nearly 30 years of enterprise IT experience and 19 in cybersecurity, Smith will join the executive team to help scale Aqua’s global go-to-market team and accelerate growth. Most recently Smith was Chief […]
The cybersecurity firm Aqua Security uncovered several supply chain attacks that use malicious container images to compromise their victims when its threat research team, Team Nautilus was performing its daily scan of Docker Hub for malicious activity according to a new blog post.
Aqua Security researchers recommend companies improve their defensive measures to reduce the risk of falling victim to this type of attack. “Attackers are increasingly targeting organizations’ software supply chains, and in some cases, they are getting better at hiding their attacks,” the researchers say.