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AWS ECS Anywhere

Securing Flexible Amazon ECS Anywhere Deployments with Aqua

Today, AWS announced the general availability of ECS Anywhere; a simple but powerful extension of AWS Elastic Container Service (ECS) to manage containers wherever they run – Aqua has been working closely with AWS to deliver a unified security experience for ECS Anywhere so enterprises can embrace the cloud native …

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Protecting Arm-based Container Workloads on AWS Graviton2

Moving at the pace of innovation in cloud native infrastructure, Aqua is announcing support for Amazon services run on the new Amazon Graviton2 processors, built using Arm based technology. Now Aqua customers can take advantage of the high density and cost-effectiveness provided by Arm-powered hosts and devices …

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Amazon ECS security

Aqua Supports New Amazon ECS Exec Troubleshooting Capability

Aqua has been securing Amazon ECS workloads throughout its evolution and now we are expanding our support to secure Amazon’s new ECS Exec; a simple, secure, and auditable way to execute commands into containers. This new capability extends Aqua’s runtime protection features, including drift prevention, to ensure …

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AWS

The 3 Riskiest Cloud Native AWS Configurations

With dozens of key security configurations possible for EC2 alone, the number of configuration options in AWS can be overwhelming at times. While the complexity is rising, properly – and securely - configured cloud accounts are critical to keeping pace with dynamic infrastructure requirements for a cloud native …

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Cloud Security Posture Management

Infographic: What is CSPM and Why You Need It

As a major trend in 2020, enterprises have been increasingly adopting multi-cloud to elevate efficiency and maintain flexibility and independence. But multi-cloud environments are more complex and harder to secure, leading to more cloud service misconfigurations and breaches. Making matters worse, many …

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AWS EKS Security

Secure your Digital Transformation on Amazon EKS-Distro with Aqua

The cloud is fundamental for digital transformation, but for many organizations, a hybrid approach is preferred. This ideally allows you to use the very same foundational tools on-prem as your destination in the cloud. Well, now you can do just that with Amazon EKS-Distro (EKS-D), a new Kubernetes distribution that …

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AWS Lambda Containers

Aqua Secures Container Image Support in AWS Lambda

Amazon continues to build new capabilities into its serverless operational mode and has launched container image support in AWS Lambda. It enables packaging and deploying Lambda functions as container images. Building on our strong partnership with AWS and our desire to offer the most complete cloud-native security …

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AWS Bottlerocket

Securing Container Workloads on AWS Bottlerocket

We’ve been working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to extend the Aqua cloud native security platform to support AWS Bottlerocket — a purpose-built, Linux-based, open source OS for running containers on virtual machines or bare metal hosts — which is now GA. This combined effort ensures that AWS customers who use …

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Aqua CSP Secures AWS Lambda

What You Need to Know About AWS Lambda Functions Risk Mitigation

With serverless functions architecture gaining in popularity, it is also becoming clear that the architecture is not without its security drawbacks. Overly permissive permissions, vulnerability in the functions’ code, and embedded secrets could all be exploited. Despite being event-triggered and ephemeral by …

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Aqua Integrates with AWS Security Hub: Closing the Gap on Cloud Native Security

The AWS Security Hub SecOps tool provides a comprehensive view of security and compliance alerts across various AWS accounts.  Security findings are collected and summarized on integrated dashboards, allowing security professionals to continuously monitor their environment using automated compliance checks. The …

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Optimized Logging for Container Workloads

Optimized Logging for Container Workloads Using AWS FireLens

Managing a growing number of systems and applications can be complicated and time consuming, making it particularly important to find a way to centralize and optimize your data. As a result, AWS has recently released FireLens which, working with Fluentd and Fluent Bit, allows you to route your logs to a large …

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