Hardened Kernels in Ubuntu & CentOS Images Make Docker Containers Secure.

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    Docker containers are increasingly subjected to cyberattacks. Developers are looking to secure their Docker environments without compromising the efficiency and effectiveness of CI/CD processes. In today’s video blog, Scott Shinn talks about how developers can secure Docker while doing what they already do today. The only change is starting with a hardened OS […]

IoT Security: A Hardened Kernel Protects Devices from Attacks

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    Gartner predicts there will be over 20 billion connected devices by the year 2020. However, the rapid growth of IoT technology has also created a new security challenge: How do you protect IoT devices without compromising their design and infrastructure? In today’s video, CTO Scott Shinn discusses how Atomicorp’s Secured IoT Kernel addresses […]

How Do You Secure a Docker Container? Secure the Kernel First.

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    CISOs and DevOps Take a Fresh Look at Docker Security Docker containers have revolutionized DevOps. However, their rapid adoption has well outpaced security practices. Very few Docker installations have any security measures in place at all. Traditional VPS and network security practices don’t protect container environments. This means containers are at risk even […]

Two Common Questions About OSSEC Feature Gaps

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Scott Shinn is the open source project manager for OSSEC. In that role, he not only adds to the project code base, plans releases and reviews code submissions, he also answers a lot of questions. Two of the most common questions are: Is there a management console or GUI for OSSEC? Are there any tools […]

Two Rules of a Good Web Application Firewall

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    There are two rules of a good web application firewall (WAF). Atomicorp CEO Mike Shinn talks about stopping attacks and not interfering with legitimate traffic in today’s video interview. He also discusses how failure along these two principles led directly to the Equifax hack. The Most Comprehensive Modsecurity WAF Atomic Secured WAF is […]

How Do You Protect Against 65 Billion Daily Attacks? Atomic Secured Linux.

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    Atomic Secured Linux (ASL) is the most widely distributed full-stack security solution for Linux servers today. Our customers withstand 65 billion daily attacks. This volume has become the norm because attackers have proliferated and many now employ automation. The only way to combat this escalation is to automate defense. That is why ASL […]