Information security is a changed game. Traditional security practices can’t keep up with the rapid acceleration of both infrastructure as code and cybercrime. It’s time for a new approach: continuous security testing throughout your development cycle.
On December 31st, 2021, CentOS 8 officially went end-of-life. This brought an end to one of the most venerable Linux server distributions. CentOS had long been the go-to alternative Linux distribution for teams looking for the stability and compatibility of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) without the high licensing costs. The distro was a near-perfect clone of RHEL with the exception of copyrighted terms/logos and some proprietary management software.
Welcome to the Mondoo release recap for March 2022. There are many updates that we hope you will like, including:
As DevOps practitioners ourselves, we know securing your AWS environments is complicated. Have you thought about approaching security the same way DevOps teams build and manage their AWS infrastructure? If not, then you should.
Mondoo joins the CNCF
I’m incredibly excited to announce that we’ve joined the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a Silver Member. In a world full of software,...
Linux-Kernel vulnerability DirtyPipe undermines the rights system and hits Server, IoT- and smartphone devices
A flaw in the kernel allows attackers to modify files in a Linux system to which they should not have access.
Welcome Atomico, First Minute Capital, and System.One
Hello Friends, we are pleased to announce we raised a total of $15 million to date from our new partners, Atomico, First Minute Capital, and System.One. They share our passion to help any organization, no matter the size, become more secure.