Team Nautilus focuses on cybersecurity research of the cloud native stack. Its mission is to uncover new vulnerabilities, threats and attacks that target containers, Kubernetes, serverless, and public cloud infrastructure — enabling new methods and tools to address them.
Asaf is a Security Researcher at Aqua Nautilus research team. He focuses on researching Linux malware, developing forensics tools, and analyzing new attack vectors in cloud native environments. In his spare time, he likes painting, playing beach volleyball, and carving wood sculptures.
Nitzan is a Security Data Analyst at Team Nautilus, Aqua’s research team. She focuses on analyzing attacks in cloud native environments and researching new techniques used by adversaries. Outside of work, she enjoys baking and experimenting with new dessert recipes as well as doing sports such as Kangoo Jumps and pilates.
Assaf is a Lead Data Analyst at Aqua Nautilus research team, he focuses on supporting the data needs of the team, obtaining threat intelligence and helping Aqua and the industry stay at the forefront of new threats and methodologies for protection. His work has been published in leading info security publications and journals across the globe, and most recently he contributed to the new MITRE ATT&CK Container Framework.
lay is a Security Researcher at Aqua. As part of Team Nautilus, he discovers different techniques of supply chain attacks and finds vulnerabilities and attack vectors in cloud native environments. Before Aqua, he worked as a red teamer. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, doing sports and listening to music.
Yakir Kadkoda is a Lead Security Researcher at Aqua's research team, Team Nautilus. He combines his expertise in vulnerability research with a focus on discovering and analyzing new security threats and attack vectors in cloud native environments, supply chain security, and CI/CD processes. Prior to joining Aqua, Yakir worked as a red teamer. Yakir has shared his deep cybersecurity insights at major industry events like Black Hat and RSA.
Mor is a Staff Software Engineer at Aqua Security. With vast experience in analyzing cloud native security and supply chain threats. Mor regularly uncovers emerging threats such as unsecured environments and cryptomining campaigns. Mor was part of the Argon Security team acquired by Aqua in 2021. Today, he focuses on developing innovative CNAPP projects
Michael is a Security Researcher at Team Nautilus, Aqua's research team. His work focuses on researching and analyzing new attack vectors and threats in cloud native environments. When he isn't at work, he enjoys a good kite-surfing session or making Neapolitan pizza.
Ofek is a Security Researcher at Team Nautilus, Aqua's research team. With a focus on big data analytics, Ofek researches various domains in the cloud, including attacks against cloud providers and services. In his spare time, he enjoys listening to podcasts, playing soccer, and collecting watches.
Alon Zivony is a Security Researcher on the Aqua Nautilus research team. He focuses on kernel features and vulnerabilities research with the goal of developing forensics tools and finding new attack vectors in the cloud native world. In his free time he is an enthusiastic cook and baker and enjoys traveling with family and friends.
Aqua Security stops cloud native attacks across the application lifecycle and is the only company with a $1M Cloud Native Protection Warranty to guarantee it. As the pioneer in cloud native security, Aqua helps customers reduce risk while building the future of their businesses. The Aqua Platform is the industry's most integrated Cloud Native Application Protection Platform (CNAPP), protecting the application lifecycle from code to cloud and back. Founded in 2015, Aqua is headquartered in Boston, MA and Ramat Gan, IL with Fortune 1000 customers in over 40 countries.