We just released a new free tool called kube-hunter. You give it the IP or DNS name of your Kubernetes cluster, and kube-hunter probes for security issues - it’s like automated penetration[…]
One of the challenges organizations have in using cloud-native technologies is in figuring out how compliance requirements translate into actionable control points. Most regulations predate[…]
Recently, IBM researchers weighed in on container isolation, having developed an algorithm for measuring how well it works, and reached the conclusion that "a Docker container with a well crafted […]
We’re pleased to announce that the Aqua Container Security Platform is now available on the Google Cloud Marketplace. This is the industry’s first consumption-based security solution for[…]
A few months ago we launched the Aqua MicroEnforcer, the first solution for providing runtime protection to a container running in Containers-as-a-Service platforms like AWS Fargate or Azure[…]
Amazon’s managed Kubernetes service, EKS, recently went GA. Here are a few things I learnt spinning up an EKS cluster for the first time, and running the kube-bench tests on it.
Back in March we announced Aqua MicroEnforcer, a new deployment technology that enabled us to secure runtime workload running on AWS Fargate and Azure Container Instances. Since then we’ve seen a[…]
Every year, the World Economic Forum, the same organization that assembles world leaders and business leaders in Davos, hand-picks a few dozen companies from all walks of technology (cleantech,[…]
A few weeks ago we released Aqua MicroScanner, a free vulnerability scanner that you can embed into the dockerfile and automate scanning during image build.