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Leveraging Golden Signals for Enhanced Kubernetes Security

As a powerful and widely adopted open-source platform, the complexity of Kubernetes is not to be underestimated. Managing a Kubernetes environment requires a deep understanding of how its various components interact, especially when it comes to observability and security. This blog post will delve into the intricacies of golden signals in Kubernetes, their connection to security issues, and how they can be leveraged to safeguard a Kubernetes environment against common attack chains.

Meeting the 555 Benchmark

How long does it take your security teams to detect a potential threat, correlate relevant data, and initiate a response action? The 555 Benchmark for Cloud Detection and Response challenges organizations to detect a threat within 5 seconds, correlate data within 5 minutes, and initiate a response within 5 minutes. It is not just something you can implement or use to solve your cloud security struggles. It is about testing and improving your cloud security operations and processes.

Quick start guide for using Calico policies for Calico Open Source users

Calico policies are a way to enforce network security at the pod level. This blog post will provide a comprehensive overview of Calico policies for Calico OS (Open Source) users. We will cover the basics of Calico policies, including what they are, how they work, and how to use them. We will also provide best practices for using Calico policies and examples of how they can be used in real-world scenarios.

Securing Docker Containers Against Commando Cat Attacks: Best Practices for Enhanced Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a malicious Python package in the Python Package Index (PyPI) repository designed to distribute an information stealer known as Lumma (aka LummaC2). The counterfeit package, crytic-compilers, mimics the legitimate crytic-compile library through typosquatting tactics. Before its removal by PyPI maintainers, the counterfeit package was downloaded 441 times. Impersonation and Deception Tactics.

How to Cut Cloud Investigations to 5 Minutes with Sysdig

Cloud breaches continue to rise unabated as organizations adopt hybrid cloud strategies. Many organizations have tried to simply extend their preexisting on-premises security into the cloud, but the cloud is a fundamentally different environment for security. It’s faster, more complex, and more dynamic, with an ever-increasing attack surface. Striking first means adversaries have a head start by default, leaving organizations only a fraction of time to investigate and initiate a response.

Introducing New Investigation Features for Sysdig Secure

Cloud migration and continuous innovation provide organizations with substantial gains in speed, scalability, and cost (to name a few). Most security teams have no choice but to make the jump to the cloud, in at least some capacity, to support and protect this rapidly expanding attack surface. But organizations and security teams aren’t alone. Threat actors have been readily adapting their craft to take advantage of cloud speed.

How we differentiate ARMO Platform from Open Source Kubescape

In August 2021 we launched Kubescape with a mission to make Kubernetes security open source, simple, and available for everyone, even non-security engineers. Since then we have been working on adding new capabilities to Kubescape, while building a strong community around it. The acceptance of Kubescape by the CNCF, as a sandbox project, was an important milestone for ARMO’s open-source journey with Kubescape.