Run confidently with secure DevOps

The rapid pace of digital transformation is accelerating the shift to cloud-native applications using containers and Kubernetes to speed the pace of delivery. But application delivery is one thing. Application uptime performance and protection are another. For cloud teams already running production one fact is clear, monitoring and troubleshooting are only the beginning. They also need to own security and compliance for their apps. In cloud-native DevOps is not enough. It's time for secure DevOps.

What's new in Kubernetes 1.21?

This release brings 50 enhancements, up from 43 in Kubernetes 1.20 and 34 in Kubernetes 1.19. Of those 50 enhancements, 15 are graduating to Stable, 14 are existing features that keep improving, and a whopping 19 are completely new. It’s great to see old features, that have been around as long as 1.4, finally become GA. For example CronJob, PodDisruptionBudget, and sysctl support.

Sysdig Adds Unified Threat Detection Across Containers and Cloud to Combat Lateral Movement Attacks

Sysdig introduces continuous CSPM to the Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform, multi-cloud threat detection for AWS and GCP, and a new free-forever cloud security tier. With 70% of cyberattack breaches utilizing lateral movement, Sysdig uniquely detects and responds to threats across cloud and containers.

Detect suspicious activity in GCP using audit logs

GCP audit logs are a powerful tool that track everything happening in your cloud infrastructure. By analyzing them, you can detect and react to threats. Modern cloud applications are not just virtual machines, containers, binaries, and data. When you migrated to the cloud, you accelerated the development of your apps and increased operational efficiency. But you also started using new assets in the cloud that need securing.


Cloud lateral movement: Breaking in through a vulnerable container

Lateral movement is a growing concern with cloud security. That is, once a piece of your cloud infrastructure is compromised, how far can an attacker reach? What often happens in famous attacks to Cloud environments is a vulnerable application that is publicly available can serve as an entry point. From there, attackers can try to move inside the cloud environment, trying to exfiltrate sensitive data or use the account for their own purpose, like crypto mining.


AWS CIS: Manage cloud security posture on AWS infrastructure

Implementing the AWS Foundations CIS Benchmarks will help you improve your cloud security posture in your AWS infrastructure. What entry points can attackers use to compromise your cloud infrastructure? Do all your users have multi-factor authentication setup? Are they using it? Are you providing more permissions that needed? Those are some questions this benchmark will help you answer. Keep reading for an overview on AWS CIS Benchmarks and tips to implement it.


Unified threat detection for AWS cloud and containers

Implementing effective threat detection for AWS requires visibility into all of your cloud services and containers. An application is composed of a number of elements: hosts, virtual machines, containers, clusters, stored information, and input/output data streams. When you add configuration and user management to the mix, it’s clear that there is a lot to secure!

Getting started with cloud security

Your application runs on containers and talks to multiple cloud services. How can you continuously secure all of it? With Sysdig you can. Continuously flag cloud misconfigurations before the bad guys get in. And suspicious activity, like unusual logins from leaked credentials. All in a single console that makes it easier to validate your cloud security posture. It only takes a few minutes to get started.

AWS S3 security with CloudTrail and Falco

One of the major concerns when moving to the cloud is how to approach AWS S3 security. Companies may have moved their workflows to Amazon, but are still cautious about moving their data warehouse. And that is totally understandable. We have all heard about data breaches in companies like Facebook, GoDaddy, and Pocket. It’s important that access to information is done properly, in a limited and controlled fashion, to avoid such breaches.


What's new in Sysdig - March 2021

Welcome to another monthly update on what’s new from Sysdig. Our team continues to work hard to bring great new features to all of our customers, automatically and for free! This month was mostly about compliance and a PromQL Query Explorer! Have a look below for the details. We have added a number of new compliance standards to our compliance dashboards page, making it even easier for our customers to quickly (and continuously!) check how well they’d do from an audit.