Study: Over 30% of Official Images in Docker Hub Contain High Priority Security Vulnerabilities

Really interesting post via BanyanOps New tech introduces changes in the way we have to fix and operate: Docker Hub is a central repository for Docker developers to pull and push container images. We performed a detailed study on Docker Hub images to understand how vulnerable they are to security threats. Surprisingly, we found that […]

Your Enterprise has too many Cyber-ish People

Cyber has been called the ultimate team sport: CIOs, CTOs, SysAdmins, Software Developers, CISOs, threat teams, red teams, testing groups, etc. etc, but really should it be? It seems more like a jobs program that moves headcount from one part of the enterprise to the expensive nerdy-side. Sitting through a number of presentations at various […]

For Want of a Patch (& a Supply Chain)

For Want of a Patch For want of a patch the component was lost. For want of a component the stack was lost. For want of a stack the system was lost. For want of a system the message was lost. For want of a message the cyberbattle was lost. For want of a battle the enterprise was […]

Scale and Speed with Cyber Security

“Sometimes quantity has a quality all its own” attributed to Stalin & Clausewitz Operational scale doesn’t get much love or discussion from folks since its boring to talk about: truly large scale things have been simplified and optimized to do a few very specific things extremely well. Things like packet routing, cell phone switching, stock […]