Tsvi Korren, field CTO at Aqua Security: Security vendors are getting better at identifying vulnerabilities and making the results available earlier in the software development cycle. Shifting left by providing vulnerability data to application developers and making them an active part of risk remediation is a good thing. However, this introduces a new challenge for security practitioners: […]
“Containers [and orchestration] are a technical vehicle for building, deploying, and running cloud-native applications,” says Rani Osnat, VP of strategy at Aqua Security. “I typically recommend to those starting their journey with containers to use a new, simple greenfield application as their test case.” We asked Osnat and other cloud-native experts to share their top tips […]
In talks with top IT firms to embed cloud security solutions Israeli cloud security solutions firm Aqua Security, which has set its eyes on the Indian market, plans to establish an exclusive team to drive business in the country. The four-and-a-half-year-old firm, which set up an R&D centre in Hyderabad with 30 people last year, […]
BOSTON – February 27, 2020 – Aqua Security, the leading platform provider for securing container-based, serverless and cloud native applications, announced today that Info Security Products Guide, the industry’s leading information security research and advisory guide, has honored Aqua Co-Founder and CTO Amir Jerbi as Chief Technology Officer of the Year in the 16th Annual […]
Amir Jerbi, CTO of Aqua Security, which last year raised $62 million, recounted as an example the process that Aqua Security went through. He said, “When we went to the market, we were a small company with 4-5 people, and we wanted to do the POC and run forward. We were lucky that they held […]
Benjy Portnoy, director, DevSecOps at Aqua Security, says that successful Kubernetes work depends on a team that embraces the importance of security regardless of role or job title. You might have guessed it from the job title, but Portnoy is a proponent of DevSecOps culture too. “DevSecOps can help foster collaboration so that security becomes an […]
Aqua Security secured a $62 million Series C round in April to help it address the need to secure microservices applications running on containers and serverless infrastructure. It also acquired CloudSploit to help customers monitor their public cloud accounts within minutes and reduce threats due to misconfiguration and vulnerabilities.
There’s been a noticeable bump in the interest in and implementation of Operators of late, according to Liz Rice, VP of open source engineering at Aqua Security. Rice also chairs the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s technical oversight committee. “At the CNCF, we’re seeing interest in projects related to managing and discovering Kubernetes Operators, as well as observing an […]