21 Min Read January 16, 2020

The Best Cloud Security Conferences to Attend in 2020

Securing your cloud infrastructure is a big job. You always need to be up to date on skills, tools, and technology. To help you keep up with the latest cloud security trends, emerging threats, and best practices, Threat Stack frequently offers tips on professional development. With that in mind, this post offers a round up […]

2 Min Read January 15, 2020

Threat Stack Named One of Top 10 Best Places to Work in Boston

At Threat Stack, we believe that one of the most important ways to drive a successful DevSecOps program is through an organizational culture based on transparency and collaboration. We take this to heart and dedicate a lot of resources to making sure the Threat Stack team is set up to succeed in its mission of […]

4 Min Read December 12, 2019

Threat Stack Supports Omada Health’s HIPAA Compliance, Hyper Growth, & Operational Efficiency

“We like dealing with Threat Stack because they offer a complete solution. Threat Stack backs up its technology with security insights and expertise through its Insight and Oversight services — while most of their competitors rely on partners to provide services.” — Bill Dougherty, VP Information Technology & Security, Omada Health Omada Health is leading […]

7 Min Read March 26, 2019

If You’re Not First, You’re Last: Risks of Delaying CCPA Compliance

Introduction — by Lindsey Ullian, Threat Stack Compliance Manager After GDPR went into effect in May 2018, many companies reassessed their privacy program — implementing more transparency and giving more control of personal information to the consumer. Now, with the CCPA (California Consumer Privacy Act) coming into effect in January 2020, even more companies are […]

23 Min Read November 15, 2018

50 Useful Kubernetes Tutorials for IT Professionals

Technologies like Docker have made it easier to continuously deploy applications across any number of host servers. They eliminate the need for having your own virtual machine because all the code and configuration settings you need to run your app is packaged into one container. Google created Kubernetes to automate a number of tasks and […]

4 Min Read May 9, 2018

DevOpsDays Austin Recap: Getting Back to Basics

What’s old was new again at DevOpsDays Austin last week, with the 7th annual conference featuring fewer attendees, the elimination of sponsor tables, and a format that put the focus back on knowledge-sharing and human interaction. Running May 3–4 at the Darrell K. Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium, the conference was an interesting exercise in returning to […]