Looking for answers for your organization on how to better solve problems with migrating employees to a Work From Home format? Watch as Sumedh Thakar, President and Chief Product Officer of Qualys, a pioneer and leading provider of cloud-based IT, security and compliance solutions, shares his expertise across a number of topics to help with the shift of users from the office to the home.
VMblog visits the Wallarm booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.
Moving Kubernetes into production reliably and fast relies on security designed for the cloud. Wallarm Cloud-Native WAF delivers native security which scales with K8s and adds little if any latency.
The company showcased demos of kubernetes-native security with Wallarm delivering security automation in development (integrated in CI/CD) as well as run-time.
VMblog visits the Lacework booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.
Lacework brings a comprehensive platform approach to security for modern environments. As organizations operate in an environment from build time and DevOps into run time with workloads and accounts, it's far more efficient and accurate to apply a single security platform across this entire continuous set of operations.
Additionally, companies are using a mix of cloud, containers, on-prem, bare metal, and other ways to create and transact data and users. Point products for each of these scenarios does not give the level of insight required to effectively identify vulnerabilities. But having a platform provides deep visibility into activities, irrespective of how related or unrelated they are. Watch and learn how they approach security with a comprehensive, build-time to run-time approach. And see how their behavioral anomaly detection achieves more accurate understanding of risks and vulnerabilities.
VMblog visits the StackRox booth during KubeCon 2019 in San Diego.
At the show, StackRox showcased how their deep integration with #Kubernetes delivers the next generation in container security to address a company's most critical security needs.
StackRox is a Kubernetes-native container security platform that leverages Kubernetes' declarative data and built-in controls for richer context, native enforcement, and continuous hardening. Their focus on Kubernetes helps DevOps and Security teams operationalize security across the full container lifecycle - build, deploy, and runtime. As a result, customers can enable security that's built in, not bolted on, realizing the power of security as code.
Just ahead of the start of KubeCon 2019 next week, StackRox is announcing the release of version 3.0 of its StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform. The company is introducing a number of new capabilities with this upgrade, enabling its customers to better harden their Kubernetes and container environments.
KubeCon 2019 is shaping up to be a fantastic event! And the number of sponsoring vendors at this year's show is extremely impressive as the show continues to grow in scope and size! One of the companies that will be on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year at the event is A10 Networks. A10 Networks provides Reliable Security Always, with a range of high-performance application networking solutions that help organizations ensure that their data center applications and networks remain highly available, accelerated and secure.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and A10 Networks to learn what they have planned for the upcoming KubeCon North America 2019 event and why you need to visit their booth.
KubeCon 2019 is shaping up to be a fantastic event! And the number of sponsoring vendors at this year's show is extremely impressive as the show continues to grow in scope and size! One of the companies that will be on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year at the event is Wallarm. Wallarm is an AI startup focused on security of websites, microservices, and APIs running on public and private clouds. Wallarm platform aligns security and development into a unified pipeline. And their AI engine, together with Wallarm Advanced WAF, detects application context, generates application-specific security rules and vulnerability security tests.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Wallarm to learn what they have planned for the upcoming KubeCon North America 2019 event and why you need to visit their booth.
KubeCon 2019 is shaping up to be a fantastic event! And the number of sponsoring vendors at this year's show is extremely impressive as the show continues to grow in scope and size! One of the companies that will be on VMblog's MUST SEE list this year at the event is Lacework. Lacework delivers a complete cloud security platform for the entire IT infrastructure, from DevOps and orchestration environments to cloud and hybrid workloads. Unlike conventional security tools built for static datacenters, Lacework is designed to self-adapt to the cloud’s ever-changing configurations to provide visibility and intrusion detection that helps enterprises keep their data and resources safe.
Read this exclusive pre-show interview between VMblog and Lacework to learn what they have planned for the upcoming KubeCon North America 2019 event and why you need to visit their booth.
Lacework, the cloud security platform for enterprise innovation, today announced important funding and leadership changes that will help the company capitalize on its current momentum in delivering DevOps and workload security for cloud, container, and hybrid environments. Lacework is receiving $42 million from Sutter Hill Ventures and Liberty Global Ventures, and has hired cloud security veteran, Andy Byron, as President to run all go-to-market functions. Additionally, the company has added two new board members, Mike Speiser, partner at Sutter Hill Ventures, and John McMahon, cloud industry veteran and current Snowflake board member.
StackRox, the leader in security for containers and Kubernetes, today announced the availability of the StackRox App for the Sumo Logic Continuous Intelligence Platform. The StackRox App, available in the Sumo Logic App Catalog, provides customers with critical insights into misconfigurations and security events for their container and Kubernetes environments directly within their Sumo Logic Dashboard. Security teams can view StackRox data regarding vulnerabilities, misconfigurations, runtime threats, and other policy violations within Sumo Logic and streamline their remediation efforts.