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I am thrilled to share the news that after taking a year-long sabbatical, I have joined the team here at StackRox! I enjoyed nearly five years at Skyhigh Networks, running products and marketing and having a great time with the team. We were acquired by McAfee this past January, and I took this year to really dig in on what I wanted to do next. I want to send a huge shout out to all the investors, technologists, executives, and security professionals who took time out of their busy schedules to meet with me this year to share valuable insights and learnings.
The StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform Today we announced that we will release an updated version of the StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform later this month. As we continue to lead the industry in container security innovation, we are excited to detail our new capabilities. Over the past nine months or so since we started shipping our software, we have seen a few consistent patterns among our enterprise customers. These organizations remain focused on reducing the attack surface across their container environments, and addressing orchestrator-based threats are a key part of that initiative.
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.
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.
On our launch day, Ali and I were guests on Derrick Harris’ ARCHITECHT Show. Check out this podcast to hear about the origin of StackRox, why CISOs personally invested in our company, what we think about microservices, and how we work with Docker. Episode 29: StackRox founders on making microservices secure ARCHITECHT Show, StackRox co-founders Sameer Bhalotra and Ali Golshan break down the state of container security and the new technology they have built to solve it.
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 Read my letter on the team page about what drives StackRox Check our career page for current StackRox job openings Meet us at Black Hat next week, where we’ll be hosting a VIP customer appreciation event and discussing container security with the leaders of our field Sign up for notifications of new StackRox blog posts Visit us at stackrox.