Threat Stack Launches Cloud SecOps Program

Security + Operations — Better Together!

Yesterday was a game-changer for Threat Stack and the cybersecurity community! That’s when we launched the Threat Stack Cloud SecOps Program, offering a radical transformation in the way Security and Operations teams can work together.

The Threat Stack Cloud SecOps Program has been purpose-built to give organizations the roadmap, technology, and people they need to integrate Security and Operations. Now companies of all sizes can securely leverage modern infrastructure and DevOps at scale!

To see for yourself, take a look at the following video where core members of the Threat Stack team give insights into the what, why, and how: Read more “Threat Stack Launches Cloud SecOps Program”

The Threat Stack Cloud SecOps Program: Why We Built It & How It Can Help Your Organization Become More Secure

An Interview With Brian M. Ahern

Cybercrime stands out as the greatest threat posed to every business around the world today. That’s fact, not FUD. Cybercrime is forecast to cost organizations around the globe $6 trillion annually by 2021, doubling its toll from 2015. To put it plainly, this represents the greatest economic wealth transfer in history, and cements cybercrime as a more profitable enterprise than the entire global illegal drug trade.

If you want to build an organization that will survive this onslaught intact, then the question you must answer today is: “What is your team doing to proactively reduce and remediate your security risks?

To help you answer that question, we are thrilled to announce our brand-new Threat Stack Cloud SecOps Program℠. This new program empowers organizations to revolutionize the way security and operations teams collaborate, proactively fortify infrastructure, and reduce attack surface. The program enables companies of all sizes to minimize their risk profiles without straining security or operations teams. And it accomplishes these goals by applying DevOps principles (like shared KPIs, automation, and continuous feedback) to security. Read more “The Threat Stack Cloud SecOps Program: Why We Built It & How It Can Help Your Organization Become More Secure”

Destiny is Defined by the Journey: Evident.io Acquired by Palo Alto Networks

Congratulations to Evident.io on having your cloud story acquired by Palo Alto Networks. Your vision, passion, and commitment have been rightly recognized and rewarded.

At Threat Stack we are thrilled by this news — this acquisition further validates the conviction of the IT security market to invest in, and adapt, their approaches to the changing needs of customers driven by broad public cloud adoption. After all, no company is just a software company — they are also quickly becoming a cloud company. Read more “Destiny is Defined by the Journey: Evident.io Acquired by Palo Alto Networks”

Webinar: Lean Cloud Security: Your Guide to SecOps Efficiency in the Cloud

Live Webinar | Thursday, December 14 | 1:00 p.m. EST | 10:00 a.m. PST | 

About This Webinar

You’re a security professional (or maybe you’re not, but sometimes you get asked to be one). You don’t have enough people, enough budget, or enough time. But you know that’s not an acceptable reason for ignoring security now that we are all running fast in the cloud. Read more “Webinar: Lean Cloud Security: Your Guide to SecOps Efficiency in the Cloud”

Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, Introduces New and Enhanced AWS Services at re:Invent

Las Vegas — Wednesday, November 29, 2017

It was 8:00 a.m. when AWS CEO Andy Jassy took to the stage to offer up the latest AWS news and announcements. And offer up he did. To my recollection, the number of services announced today dwarfed anything unveiled at any previous AWS re:Invent show. (To see the ever-growing list of services debuted this year, head over to the AWS blog.)

The sheer number of new services blew away all expectations. Not only did Amazon announce new compute instances and enhancements to some of their existing services, but the big news was their flurry of announcements about new services that continue down the path of Serverless and Machine Learning.

Here are some of the highlights, along with my points of view from a DevOps perspective. Read more “Andy Jassy, CEO of Amazon Web Services, Introduces New and Enhanced AWS Services at re:Invent”

Your Personal Guide to AWS re:Invent 2017

Secure the Strange Things Happening in Your Cloud

Booth #204 | November 27 – December 1 | Las Vegas, NV

Are you attending the AWS re:Invent conference next week?

There’s a lot happening this year, so we thought we’d publish a brief guide to help you get the most out of it.

If you’re not able to attend, stay tuned to our blog. We’ll be providing updates in real time and after the event, we’ll be sharing highlights as well as a few additional goodies. Read more “Your Personal Guide to AWS re:Invent 2017”

Join Threat Stack at re:Invent 2017

Secure the Strange Things Happening in Your Cloud

Booth #204 | November 27 – December 1 |  Las Vegas, NV

re:Invent 2017 is coming up fast! Threat Stack started attending in 2014, and the conference just keeps getting better.

We’re honored to be a sponsor again this year, and we’ve planned a lot of fun and informative activities. Here’s a brief preview: Read more “Join Threat Stack at re:Invent 2017”