GuardiCore is featured in SC Magazine Industry Innovators 2017 – Virtualization and Cloud-Based Security. Last year SC Magazine said GuardiCore “… was founded with the vision that security for the data center needs to not only be able to keep up with the rate of constant change, but also be able to close the gap between traditional security technology and a sophisticated threat actor’s ingenuity.” This year GuardiCore is taking this notion to the next level by moving to the next generation of cloud application technology: micro-segmentation. This technique provides better detection because it provides better visibility.
In the last few months GuardiCore Labs has been investigating multiple attack campaigns conducted by an established Chinese crime group that operates worldwide. The campaigns are launched from a large coordinated infrastructure and are mostly targeting servers running database services. By now we were able to identify three attack variants – Hex, Hanako and Taylor – targeting different SQL Servers, each with its own goals, scale and target services. This report covers the attackers’ infrastructure, attack variants and how the victims are used for both profit and further propagation.
The Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) continues to gain popularity among our customers due to its many advantages and benefits when deployed within the modern data center infrastructure. However, those deployments lack some of the capabilities that are needed to address the threats that are introduced when moving away from hardware desktops to a virtual environment. Thus, many organizations are still hesitating about VDI in view of security concerns, especially due to the increased attack surface and the fact that endpoint devices, which are vulnerable by nature, share compute resources with the organization’s most critical and important servers inside the data center.
This is part 2 of a 2-part series examining how security requirements have changed for an evolving IT infrastructure.
In part I of this blog series, we discussed the changes in the way businesses and IT teams are executing and how security practitioners are being presented with a unique opportunity to align their tools and strategies with the direction the business is going. In this post, we’ll review some of the strategies and tools that can be used to help secure your hybrid cloud environment and keep pace with the DevOps model.
GuardiCore is featured as one of Globes High Tech Promising Startups. Hundreds of Israeli startups are currently active in the hot cybersecurity market. “There’s a rash of cyber companies,” says GuardiCore CEO Pavel Gurvich. “The only thing that has grown faster than investment in this sector is the damage caused by the attacks.”
Guest blog by Edward Amoroso, Founder and CEO of TAG Cyber – he summarizes a recent discussion with GuardiCore on their approach to securing the modern data center.
I recently discovered Matt Butcher’s awesome Illustrated Children’s Guide to Kubernetes. Available in book, video, and blog form (https://deis.com/blog/2016/kubernetes-illustrated-guide/), the cartoon narrative starring a PHP app named Phippy is exactly what good cyber technology writing should be: Fun, simple, and informative. Even if you have no interest in Docker container orchestration, check out Matt’s work. You’ll like it.
Latest Release Adds Flexible Policy Management and Native Enforcement to Streamline Micro-Segmentation Implementations
San Francisco, CA and Tel Aviv, Israel – GuardiCore, a leader in cloud and data center security, today announced the next innovations in its Centra Security Platform to simplify micro-segmentation deployments. GuardiCore Centra is enabling customers to move from zero micro-segmentation to native policy enforcement in three easy steps.
When the Equifax breach was announced on September 7th, I was not surprised. When I heard the magnitude of the damage: 143 million US consumers and 44 million British consumers – which equate to roughly 57% and 97% respectively of both country’s populations, age 18 years of age and older – I, again, was not surprised. Why?
Provides Enterprise Customers with a Simple, Flexible Approach to Securing Hybrid Cloud Environments as Part of its Broader Cloud Service Through AWS Marketplace
San Francisco, CA and Tel Aviv, Israel – GuardiCore, a leader in internal data center and cloud security, today announced the availability of its award-winning data center and cloud security solution on AWS Marketplace. The addition of GuardiCore’s Centra Security Platform to AWS Marketplace provides customers with additional security through a flexible model offering Security as a Service (SECaaS) available on a “pay per hour” basis as part of an integrated Amazon Web Services (AWS) bill.