How Security Teams Can Learn to Stop Worrying and Love the OODA Loop

A well-loved military operational strategy is the OODA loop, a learning cycle that helps the operator gain an advantage against their opponent by responding with greater agility to unfolding events. …

Customer Interview: Looker

With over 1700 industry-leading and innovative companies such as Sony, Amazon, IBM, Spotify, Etsy and Lyft trusting Looker’s data platform, Looker takes security seriously.  The Looker Security Operations team, managed …

Linux Security Fun With Webhooks

At Capsule8, we want to let you work the way you prefer working rather than forcing new workflows on you. To realize this philosophy, we designed Capsule8 to be super …

The Methods to our Madness: How Capsule8’s Detection Methods Work

One of the best weapons in defending against attackers is speed. The ability to detect an attacker’s attempts as soon as it happens, and in turn shut it down before …

Search No Further: Capsule8 Supports Google Cloud Security Command Center with Security Partner Integration

Today is another big day for Capsule8. We officially announced that we are included as a Security Partner Integration within the newly launched Google Cloud Security Command Center (Cloud SCC). …

Between Two Kernels: Halvar Flake – E03

In Episode 3 Kelly chats with Halvar Flake, former Project Zero team member at Google and Co-Founder of optimyze. The two get philosophical about vendor tag lines, characterize his new …

Between Two Kernels: Allan Alford – E02

In Episode 2 of Between Two Kernels Kelly chats with CISO Allan Alford about being the most hated man in his organization, the three biggest mistakes of his life, and …

Between Two Kernels: Art Coviello

We’re excited to kick off a new video series with our VP of Product Strategy, Kelly Shortridge, titled “Between Two Kernels.” Kelly aims to conduct short, potentially awkward interviews with …

Capsule8’s Stance on Publication and Vulnerability Disclosure

Last week, Capsule8 Labs released an exploit for the problems in systemd that Qualys identified on January 9th, as part of series analyzing the vulnerabilities CVE-2018-16865 and CVE-2018-16866. We were …