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We’re just a couple weeks out from our first DockerCon show. Our container deployment governance, runtime security, and feedback loop between security and DevOps have proven really valuable to our customers, and we’re looking forward to sharing these success stories on the show floor. Docker has been a great partner for us here at StackRox. Spending time with the Docker developer community talking about how they can accelerate development while deploying securely will provide great input for us.
Like at least 20,000 other of our closest friends, we call it a victory just to have survived the chaos of the RSA Conference last week. Terrible traffic. Mission Street torn up. Moscone renovations. Shaking enough hands to get sick. A too-quiet show floor. And of course, the much bemoaned “take over by marketing” of security. The show leaves plenty to complain about. And yet… StackRox had a great, great week.
Introducing StackRox Prevent: Reimagining Container Deployment Security to Minimize Your Attack Surface
Security leaders today are charged with the increasingly complex task of defending the technology that powers modern enterprises, at a time when the software stack has never been more diverse or unmanageable. Implementing a coherent security program can seem daunting in light of the patchwork of duties that may fall under a security organization’s purview: static code analysis, identity and access management, compliance, data privacy and integrity, vulnerability management, monitoring, incident response, threat hunting, forensics…and the list continues.
Today, we are excited to announce the release of StackRox Detect and Respond 2.0, our container-native runtime security product, and StackRox Adversarial Intent Model, the foundation for our ongoing threat research and threat detection strategy. While our previous 1.3 release focused on providing greater flexibility, configurability, and scalability for customers, version 2.0 expands the breadth and depth of our threat detection capabilities and adds advanced automation features to make it easier for enterprise customers to protect their container environments, whether they are running on-premise or in popular cloud service providers such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Compute Platform (GCP), Microsoft Azure and others.
Today we are excited to announce a new partnership with Google Cloud Platform (GCP) to jointly deliver end-to-end security across the cloud-native stack for any enterprise. Together, StackRox and Google will accelerate customers’ adoption of secure, containerized application architectures. No company knows more about containers than Google. They have run containers in production for over a decade, and pioneered an ambitious new approach to enterprise computing at scale. Google originated Kubernetes and continues to be its largest contributor in every release, even after more than 58,000 commits.
Today we are excited to announce that version 1.3 of the StackRox platform is now generally available. Every new release adds a number of significant features, but 1.3 in particular enables greater flexibility, configurability, and scalability when securing some of the world’s largest enterprises running containers in production. We previously wrote that threat protection in container environments has to start with visibility and detection. This release delivers several advancements to detection rules, policies, and deployment automation that enable StackRox to discover a broader set of threats, faster.
This week marked my seventh Black Hat. Every year, I look forward to the event as a time to share industry news and developments – and to connect with my infosec friends who gather in Vegas at this time each year for B-Sides Las Vegas, Black Hat and DEF CON. This time, my trip to Black Hat was particularly memorable and rewarding because I got to bring StackRox to the show at an exciting time.
It’s an exciting day in StackRox history - launching out of stealth mode, unveiling adaptive threat protection for containers, and announcing funding led by Sequoia Capital. We’re also launching our new website and blog today. We hope you’ll spend some time looking around: Read highlights of the StackRox platform Deep dive into the StackRox feature set Learn why Sequoia Capital is backing StackRox