BOSTON — April 26, 2022 — Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, announced today that the Boston Business Journal has named the company a 2022 Best Place to Work. The BBJ’s exclusive ranking honors Massachusetts companies that have built outstanding work environments for their people. “Aqua’s values are at the core of everything we […]
BOSTON — April 26, 2022 — Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today issued new research, which shows that nearly 70% of chief information security officers (CISOs) believe open source security solutions provide a faster way to secure their environments. Likewise, 78% of CISOs believe open source solutions provide them with access […]
New research released Wednesday from Aqua Security found that while cryptominers were the most common malware observed, the researchers discovered increased use of backdoors, rootkits, and credential stealers — signs that intruders have more than cryptomining in their plans.
Attackers focused on the cloud are using more sophisticated tactics to aim at Kubernetes and the software supply chain, says Aqua Security.
BOSTON — April 20, 2022 — Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today published new research from Aqua’s threat research team, Nautilus, that demonstrates attackers are finding new ways to target cloud native environments. The research shows that adversaries are adopting more sophisticated techniques, leveraging multiple attack components, and shifting attention to […]
Aqua’s CCO Sharon Eilon shares his thoughts on helping more customers realize value faster.
BOSTON — April 18, 2022 — Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced KuppingerCole Analysts AG ranked Aqua Security as a Leader in the Leadership Compass for Container Security. Aqua earned top ratings across all areas including Product Leadership, Innovation and Market Leadership. The report is an overview of the market […]
Always looking for an easy compromise, attackers are now scanning for data-science applications — such as Jupyter Notebook and JupyterLab — along with cloud servers and containers for misconfigurations, cloud-protection firm Aqua Security stated in an advisory published on April 13.