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Distributed Denial of Service
Sysdig reveals a loss of $53 for every $1 cryptojackers gain
The 2022 Sysdig Cloud Native Threat Report breaks down supply chain attacks against containers and how geopolitical conflict influences attacker behaviours.
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Machine learning
Sysdig releases CDR offering to combat cryptojacking
August 2022
Sysdig has unveiled a cloud detection and response (CDR) offering powered by machine learning to combat cryptojacking.
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Sysdig unveils new Kubernetes troubleshooting and cloud innovations
May 2022
Sysdig has introduced two new innovations that look to help bolster cloud services and simplify Kubernetes troubleshooting.
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Sysdig and Snyk partner up, announce DevSecOps integration
February 2022
Sysdig and Snyk have announced the integration of Sysdig Secure with Snyk Container to cover container security from development through operations.
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Container adoption approaching maturity at expense of security best practices
January 2022
More than 75% of running containers have vulnerabilities, partly as a result of ignoring security and operational best practices.
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Sysdig launches DevOps SaaS offering in A/NZ region
November 2021
“Having a local presence for the Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform is important as it gives our integrator partners and customers more flexibility to build at scale, and help secure the application development lifecycle."
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Sysdig empowers developers with new integrations for Prometheus monitoring
August 2021
"SREs and developers need an easy-to-use Prometheus monitoring service that is radically simple to integrate into DevOps workflows without breaking open source standards.”
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Mergers and Acquisitions
Sysdig eyes up DevOps security capabilities through Apolicy acquisition
July 2021
“With Apolicy, Sysdig delivers a secure DevOps workflow for infrastructure and workloads and automatically closes the loop from production to source by fixing issues identified at runtime," says Sysdig CEO.