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Redefining security for a software-defined world
Capsule8 is the only company providing high-performance attack protection for Linux production environments – whether containerized, virtualized, or bare-metal, on-premise or in the cloud.
Capsule8 liberates SecOps from managing a high volume of manual tasks, while being safe for even the busiest workloads, on the busiest networks.
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Press Releases and News Coverage
A comment from Kelly Shortridge on the recent vulnerability, CVE-2020-10713, is featured in HelpNetSecurity’s coverage of the bug.
Kelly’s Panic Button blog is mentioned in this Security Week article on the latest vulnerability, CVE-2020-10713.
Tech Republic’s Teena Maddox asks experts to share their thoughts on the hottest topics to expect at this year’s all-digital Black Hat conference. Capsule8’s Chief Scientist, Brandon Edwards, is one of the experts featured.
Quotes from Kelly Shortridge’s blog post on the recent vulnerability (CVE-2020-10713) are featured in ZDNet’s coverage of the bug.
Availability provides easier deployment of Capsule8’s Linux protection solution to Amazon Web Services customers NEW YORK (July 30, 2020) — Capsule8, an enterprise infrastructure protection solution that stops attacks on Linux systems, today announced that their product is now available for purchase in the AWS Marketplace. With Capsule8, teams using AWS can immediately detect and stop unwanted activity, including risky developer behavior, with an operations-friendly architecture that preserves system uptime and reliability by enabling resource limits (including CPU and network) and running without a kernel module. Capsule8 was built for the unique threat models of cloud and microservices, and its