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Lacework for Azure and Multicloud Environments: One Solution for the Problem of Cloud Security

Lacework for Azure and Multicloud Environments: One Solution for the Problem of Cloud Security

Lacework today announced support for Microsoft Azure, which means two things: Our customers get threat detection of behavioral anomalies for cloud and container environments as a single pane of glass over both AWS and Azure. With so many of our customers opting to distribute workloads into different environments, this now gives them security coverage over […]

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Art Into Science: Conference Overview & Securing K8s

Photo via Art into Science 2019 Last week we had the pleasure of attending and presenting at Art into Science: A Conference for Defense (ACoD) 2019. It was a blast listening to a variety of amazing talks, and speaking on Kubernetes security. In this post, we share background on the conference, discuss some of our […]

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Your etcd is Showing: Thousands of Clusters Open to the Internet

Photo by Matt Artz on Unsplash Usage of the distributed key-value store etcd is at an all time high. The fastest growing open source project Kubernetes uses etcd to store data critical to the operation of its clusters. Like many open source, easy to use data stores, the simplicity of setup is a double edged sword. […]

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Takeaways From my First Week at Lacework

After a whirlwind end to 2018 filled with traveling, transitioning from Cisco, followed by more traveling, I officially completed my first week as Director of Channel Sales at Lacework. From the second I walked in the door at our Mountain View headquarters, a few things became abundantly clear: 1.)  The office is a beehive of […]

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ELF of the Month_ Latest Lucky Ransomware Sample

ELF of the Month: New Lucky Ransomware Sample

Photo by Kiki Wang on Unsplash News broke in late November 2018 about a ransomware variant dubbed Lucky Ransomware that targets both Linux and Windows platforms. A recent sample of the ransomware module was uploaded to VirusTotal in mid-December 2018 with some different characteristics than previously reported samples. In this month’s edition of ELF of the […]

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