See your containers in high resolution
StackRox automatically discovers every container and establishes full operational visibility. It transforms millions of signals across your environment into meaningful security insights with dramatically less noise.Learn more
Adapt your defenses
Break free from traditional security tools that can’t operate at the speed and scale of containers. In just two clicks, you can train StackRox’s powerful machine learning models to generate a complete behavioral context of each application for adaptive threat prevention, detection, and response.Learn more
Unify cybersecurity for container environments
The path to reducing the cost and complexity of securing your containers begins with StackRox. StackRox unifies multiple threat protection capabilities in a single integrated platform, eliminating the need to create patchwork defenses with dozens of specialized security tools.Learn more
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U.S. Department of Homeland Security
"StackRox security architecture brings instrumentation and machine learning solutions to industry that defend against cyber threats, ultimately hardening the nations' critical infrastructures."
Rob Peterson IT Executive at a Global 2000 technology company
"It's clearly a well thought-out, powerful, and yet intuitive solution and it's clear that you have something that all businesses that have any interest in protecting their data and reputation should invest in."
Gene Yoo Senior Vice President and Head of Information Security at City National Bank
"My current patchwork of security vendor solutions is no longer viable – or affordable – as our enterprise is growing too quickly and cyber threats evolve constantly. StackRox has already unified a handful of major product areas into a single security engine, so moving to containers means positive ROI."
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By now, details of the massive Equifax breach that saw 143 million personal records compromised has made its way around the global news, as well as the broader security and enterprise IT communities. Within these circles, you can bet that anyone responsible for resolving application vulnerabilities is worried about becoming the next headline. There’s little argument that patching applications is a big deal; both in terms of criticality to the organization’s security posture, and in terms of the onerous process it can be when performed in traditional application environments.
Earlier this year, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Cyber Policy Task Force published a report that made a number of cybersecurity policy recommendations for the 45th Presidency of the United States. As co-chair of the taskforce, I answered questions from The Hewlett Foundation about our recommendations.* Which of the task force’s recommendations do you think are most critical for the President and his team to focus on in the near term?
At StackRox, we’re thrilled to have the support of Ron Gula, an industry luminary and invaluable mentor to me for the past decade. Ron is a longtime leader in the security community, having started his career at the National Security Agency (NSA) conducting penetration tests of government networks and performing advanced vulnerability research. Ron is also an experienced entrepreneur, CTO, and CEO, as the original author of the Dragon Intrusion Detection System, CTO of Network Security Wizards (acquired by Enterasys Networks), and cofounder of Tenable Network Security, where he served as CEO from 2002-2016.