Cloud-native security company Aqua Security is introducing new features that will help companies address their security risk to its Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP).
BOSTON – February 3, 2022 – Aqua Security, the pure-play cloud native security leader, today announced the addition of key features to its Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP), helping time-strapped Security, DevOps and IT practitioners to assess their cloud native security risk in minutes and respond to attacks in real-time – making Aqua the […]
“As the cloud native security market explodes, Aqua Security is clearly at the forefront,” said Sexton. “Many vendors just provide visibility or compliance but preventing and protecting from a breach in production is the holy grail. Aqua is the only player with the technology to do both, and I’m thrilled to join them for this […]
BOSTON — February 1, 2022 — Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced the appointment of Joseph E. Sexton to its Board of Directors. As Aqua Security experiences tremendous growth, Sexton will help the company continue to scale globally and amplify its leadership in cloud native security. “As the cloud native […]
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Enterprises are poised to accelerate their adoption of security for cloud-native technologies starting this year, with many companies now placing a higher priority on modernizing their applications and embedding security during development, Aqua Security cofounder and CEO Dror Davidoff told VentureBeat.
Following a six-month analysis of customer security assessments conducted by Argon (an Aqua Security company), the 2021 Software Supply Chain Security Report highlights the primary areas of criminal focus: open-source vulnerabilities and poisoning; code integrity issues; and exploiting the software supply chain process and supplier trust to distribute malware or backdoors.
According to Aqua Security’s Argon Security arm, 2021 Software Supply Chain Security Review, security across software development environments remains low, and significantly, every company evaluated had vulnerabilities and misconfigurations that could expose them to supply chain attacks.