Co-founder & CTO
In the seventh video in our demo series, we’ll take a look at StackRox machine learning capabilities. StackRox uses five simultaneous machine learning models to continuously capture and analyze millions of signals from your container and microservices environments, delivering insight and intelligence. You can use these powerful models – snapshot them, import and export them – in your distributed environments for good security hygiene and baselining for effective threat detection.
In this sixth video in our demo series, I provide an overview of our StackRox enforcement features. Learn about native StackRox profiles that allow you to prevent and disrupt violations and attacks in your development or production environment. Then, I’ll show you how you can create your own customized enforcement profiles.
Here is our fifth video in our demo series of our StackRox platform. In this demo, see how you can manage policies for your highly distributed and/or container environments. You can use our preloaded policies, or create new policies, helping you use StackRox to automatically detect attacks, building better security hygiene into your infrastructure in development and production.
In this fourth video of our demo series, I show how our solution gives responders the capabilities to hunt for threats in their environments by looking for malicious indicators. In this video, see how StackRox tracks suspicious events over time and surfaces them if they are used in malicious activity.
Here is our third video in our demo series, focusing on search and asset discovery. Watch the video below to learn about StackRox search and enumeration capabilities. See how we are able to leverage data optimization and machine learning, translating millions of signals into queryable infrastructure data at the hands of your security analyst.
We’re pleased to present the second video in our demo series. Watch the video below to learn about StackRox alert stories, helping security analysts examine events and data required for enforcement and responsive action. We’ll take a look at how StackRox focuses on techniques all attackers require to move and take action in an environment.
Container technology is fundamentally changing the way incident response (IR) is handled within the enterprise, and it is putting agile organizations back in a position of strength against their attackers. Microservices and containers comprise an infrastructure that can be leveraged as a security orchestrator and responder, which allows for radical improvements in both the scale and speed of threat detection, response, and prevention. IR in a traditional environment Today’s systems have become too distributed, integrate too many programs, and present too many attack surfaces for security analysts to thwart attacks effectively.
We’re pleased to begin our video demo series walking you through the StackRox platform. Our first video features a look at our map view and visibility features. This allows security teams to quickly understand what’s impacting their infrastructures, and gain a clear view of the risk across their overall environment.
Shortly following our launch, I was a guest on Paul Asadoorian’s Startup Security Weekly show. In this episode, hear about how Sameer and I conceived the idea for the company, how we talked to investors about our ideas, and why our platform uniquely addresses the challenges of enterprises who are embracing containerization and microservices. We also discuss how enterprises are using StackRox to build security into the fabric of their infrastructures as they operationalize their use of containers and microservices.