Containers can help lighten the load of discovering and mitigating vulnerabilities in open source code. “A container image packages up application code along with all its dependencies, giving you a self-contained unit that you can check for vulnerabilities,” said Liz Rice, technology evangelist at Aqua Security Software, maker of a container security platform.
Deepens Strategic Relationship with Microsoft to Accelerate Azure Deployments BOSTON – July 15, 2019 – Aqua Security, a leading platform provider for securing container-based, serverless and cloud native applications, today announced a new Private Offer capability enabling software licensing and procurement directly through Microsoft Azure Marketplace, allowing customers to utilize existing purchasing methods in place […]
BOSTON – July 11, 2019 – Aqua Security, the leading platform provider for securing container-based and cloud native applications, announced today it has won the Best Security Company of the Year (under 150 staff) award at the Cyber Security Awards. The Cyber Security Awards were established in 2014 to reward the best individuals, teams and […]
Now that the DockerCon, KubeCon and KubeSec co-located event are behind us, this space continues its hyper-fast race with new versions of Kubernetes 1.15, and Docker EE 3.0. An update to the Amazon EKS Cluster Kubernetes Version, Istio 1.2, GitLab 12.0, and Aqua 4.2 secures all of them. Here’s all the news about containers, serverless, […]
Cloud-native environments might be a whole new challenge for DevSecOps, but this new approach to application security creates a highly controlled system where the risks can be reduced, not only before deployment, but also during runtime. This next generation of applications has the ability to be more secure and more reliable, whilst still supporting and […]
The new component uses automated vulnerability and component analysis to come up with runtime policies that give users a way of blocking access to vulnerable container components. This isn’t meant to be used as a permanent solution, but it can take a bit of the load off developers’ shoulders until there’s time to actually patch […]
Aqua Security has extended its container security platform to include a virtual patching capability, dubbed Vulnerability Shield, which enables DevSecOps teams to temporarily block access to software components until a patch can be delivered. At the same time, version 4.2 of Aqua CSP, its cloud-native security platform, has been enhanced to provide runtime protection for serverless […]