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CRN | 08/07/2018
10 Cool Network And Endpoint Security Products Unveiled At Black Hat USA 2018
Here's a look at 10 products released during Black Hat USA 2018 that boost security around the network and endpoint by doing everything from protecting against signatureless malware to inspecting encrypted traffic to securing USB devices.
Brilliance Security Magazine | 08/06/2018
DevOps, Cloud, and Next-Gen WAF
When web application firewall vendors can’t meet your needs, what do you do? Well here is what the founders of Signal Sciences did when they couldn’t find the right solution for Etsy.
Risky Biz | 07/30/2018
Risky Biz Soap Box: Zane Lackey of Signal Sciences talks DevOps
What you’re about to hear is a long form interview with Zane Lackey, a former pentester turned director of security engineering for Etsy turned co-founder and CSO of Signal Sciences.
SD Times | 07/03/2018
A guide to DevSecOps tools
Signal Sciences secures the most important applications, APIs, and microservices of the world’s leading companies.
Help Net Security | 04/18/2018
Infrastructure-agnostic web app protection with virtual patching option
Signal Sciences' patented architecture provides security, operations and development teams with the visibility, security and scalability needed to protect against the full spectrum of threats their web applications face.
SD Times | 04/18/2018
RSA 2018: Signal Sciences brings web app security to multi-cloud environment
There is an urgency and pressure being felt now more than at any time over the last few years. Whether you are looking at national or local politics or the pressures of your company’s board room, there has been a change.
eWeek | 03/29/2018
IT Science Case Study: Aligning Security with a Cloud-First IT Strategy
One Medical had previously evaluated other security solutions and found they were difficult to deploy in their cloud-first technology stack. Signal Sciences eventually filled the need.
DevOps.com | 03/23/2018
DevSecOps: Deception in Depth
Mantraps, tripwires and tarpits... sounds like the start of a solid spy-movie plot, doesn’t it? These are among the many concepts of physical security that are making the crossover to software security.