Neil Levine

A Buyers’ Guide to DevSecOps

Echoing Dickens, for many in software security, it is the best of times and it is the worst of times. Every day brings literal front page news about software compromises resulting in massive data leaks. Meanwhile, the use of cloud-native technologies has meant that the variety and complexity of software being deployed has outstripped the …

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Announcing Anchore Enterprise 2.2

Just in time for the holidays, Anchore Enterprise 2.2, our latest update, is now generally available to all of our customers. For this release, we focus on third-party integrations to send notifications, and a new system dashboard to help customers view the status of their systems. This new enterprise release is based on open source …

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Google Distroless and Anchore

The most recent open source release of Anchore Engine (0.5.1), which is also available as part of Anchore Enterprise 2.1, added support for Google Distroless containers. But what are they and why is the addition notable? When containers were first starting to be adopted, it was natural for many users to think of them as …

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Precogs for Software?

There are some movies which provide an immediate dose of entertainment for 2 hours and you instantly forget them afterwards. Others lurk within you, and constantly resurface to make you think about ideas or concepts. The 2002 movie Minority Report is one of the latter. In it, a police department is setup to investigate “precrime” …

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