Aqua’s Carolina Valencia shares her expertise on fileless attacks and why they are an advanced kind of malware that rank among today’s most dangerous security threats.
BOSTON—August 31, 2022—Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced its speaker lineup and registration for the 2022 KubeSec Enterprise Global Webinar Series. With six sessions leading up to KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America, this year’s series will feature a group of industry thought leaders and practitioners from five continents, sharing real-world […]
Aqua’s Urlichs says, “I believe that everyone should take the time to talk to women about the range of opportunities in technology and other male-dominated industries. Women are often overlooked, so I hope this Women’s Equality Day we take a minute to discuss STEM pathways with women from all backgrounds.
By providing CSPM capabilities to Aqua Trivy, AWS customers will have quick, effective scanning and visibility for live environments.
Aqua Security has updated its open-source project Trivy to include cloud security posture management (CSPM) capabilities.
Aqua expands the industry’s only unified open source scanner for cloud native security to help practitioners easily identify and stop threats BOSTON—Aug. 17, 2022 — Aqua Security, the leading pure-play cloud native security provider, today announced the addition of cloud security posture management (CSPM) capabilities to the open source tool Aqua Trivy. Trivy, the world’s […]
“Bad actors have already been known in the past for creating cloned/forked popular repositories with malicious code,” says Mor Weinberg, Aqua Security software engineer. “This can become quite difficult to spot, as cloned repositories may retain code commits with usernames and email addresses of the original authors, giving off a misleading impression that newer commits […]
“Aqua’s researchers said they detected the new type of cryptojacking malware targeting its honeypots this past February. The attack came from an account called peer2profit, a name that drew their attention, but the container was tagged by Aqua’s detectors as a cryptominer since it showed a similar behavior.”