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.
The DevSecOps Day event during the recent RSA conference gathered IT and security professionals from around the globe. We used that opportunity to ask them how they see the fast-emerging[…]
AWS made its Elastic Container Services for Kubernetes (EKS) generally available today. We at Aqua had access to the preview version for some time, which allowed us to ensure that our container[…]
Last week, Michael Hanselmann published details of a remote code execution vulnerability (CVE-2018-8115) that impacts Docker for Windows. As he described it: “Docker for Windows uses the Windows[…]
Good news for those of you running container workloads on GCP - we now provide a nice integration with Google's Cloud Security Command Center. The Cloud SCC provides a centralized,[…]
At Aqua we’ve been working on a new, free-to-use tool for scanning your container images for package vulnerabilities. MicroScanner uses the same vulnerability database as Aqua’s best-in-class[…]