Spectral

Tel Aviv, Israel
2020
  |  By Eyal Katz
Serverless containers mark a notable evolution from traditional containerization. Traditional containers, being continuously active, can lead to resource wastage. Serverless containers, however, are ephemeral and operate on-demand. For developers, this means less time spent on server management and more on coding. Kubernetes, or K8s, stands out in automating, scaling, and managing these containerized applications.
  |  By Eyal Katz
In a world where data is the new currency, understanding and leveraging data monitoring has become indispensable. Data monitoring involves systematically collecting, analyzing, and managing data to uphold its quality, security, and compliance—a critical process in a world where data influences every decision and innovation.
  |  By Eyal Katz
High-velocity software development today is close to impossible (and most certainly not sustainable) without DevOps. The migration to the public cloud, along with increasing regulatory demands, and other factors made application and code security as vital as DevOps. Thus were born the practices and frameworks of DevSecOps. The value of DevSecOps is evident and clearly understood by technologists.
  |  By Eyal Katz
DevSecOps – for many, it feels like a magical black box where code and sensitive digital assets go in one end, and a working piece of software comes out the other. Security practices within the development and operational phases can often get lost. Organizations that haven’t adopted DevSecOps see half of their apps at risk of attacks, while those with a DevSecOps-first approach have only 22% at risk. That’s why the core principles of DevSecOps are important.
  |  By Eyal Katz
Software developers face a constant barrage of cyber threats that can compromise their applications, data, and the security of their organizations. In 2023, the cyber threat intelligence (CTI) market is worth approximately $11.6 billion, and it’s projected to surpass $21 billion by 2027. Why?
  |  By Eyal Katz
Targeted attacks in cloud security are on the rise, hitting businesses big and small. This surge in threats puts developers like you in a crucial position. You’re not just coding – you’re on the front lines against a variety of cybersecurity risks that are growing and changing every day. With 80% of companies encountering at least one cloud security incident in the last year, the relevance and utility of Cloud Threat Detection (CTR) tools becomes particularly apparent.
  |  By Eyal Katz
Knowledge is power. Power is money. In the context of information systems and applications, knowledge is ingested, processed, and used as data. Data theft or loss can be devastatingly costly to a business. Data is one of an organization’s most valuable assets, and must be secured and protected as such.
  |  By Eyal Katz
For DevOps software developers, navigating the cloud landscape without a clear understanding of risks is equivalent to walking into a minefield blindfolded. Cloud risk management, therefore, becomes an indispensable tool for DevOps – enabling us with the ability to identify, assess, and mitigate potential threats that could jeopardize their applications, their data, and their organization’s reputation.
  |  By Eyal Katz
Every software team is constantly looking for ways to increase their velocity. DevOps has emerged as a leading methodology that combines software development and IT operations to shorten the system development life cycle and provide continuous delivery. However, ensuring software quality and security in a high-velocity environment can be challenging. This is where parallel testing comes into play.
  |  By Eyal Katz
It’s natural to want to believe that every new account creation or online purchase signals the legitimate growth of your business. But the alarming rise in financial and data losses attributed to fraud, suggests a different reality. There are thousands of bad actors actively looking to nickel and dime businesses and consumers. In 2022, a staggering 2.4 million fraud reports flooded the Consumer Sentinel Record.
  |  By Spectral
For developers, secret and credential leakage is a problem as old as public-facing repositories. Unfortunately, in 2021 it is officially a significant risk. One that is easy to ignore until it is too late. In a rush to deliver, developers will often hard-code credentials in code or neglect to review code for exposed secrets. The results can be embarrassing, at best - but devastatingly costly in other cases.
  |  By Spectral
The cloud has come a long way from Eric Schmidt's "modern" coining of the phrase in 2006. Today, companies and institutions are reliant upon a cloud infrastructure to run their day-to-day operations. This reliance and growth have also transformed the threat landscape and your cybersecurity requirements along with it. Though cloud service providers are working ceaselessly to shore up vulnerabilities and bolster defenses, the responsibility for your cloud assets does not solely lie with them. Estimates predict that by 2025, 99% of cloud failures will be caused by the customer.
  |  By Spectral
Consuming secrets is a cornerstone for connectivity between applications and infrastructure. Whether it be cloud identity-based secrets such as IAM role keys from AWS, or FTP accessibility credentials - secrets such as these are often discovered by malicious users. The common culprit is usually in a public space such as public repositories on GitHub. While it's easy to think "that will never happen to us", it only takes one misplaced key pushed to the wrong repository for your entire infrastructure, application, and databases to be compromised and exposed.
  |  By Spectral
Imagine you are in charge of maintaining data for some of the most secretive government offices and powerful business entities globally. You have a significant investment in your security apparatuses protecting that knowledge. For years you haven't had a single blip or incident to cause any suspicion. Then the unthinkable happens, and from a single weak point, your entire network is compromised by malicious code hidden in an innocuous update.

Monitor, classify, and protect your code, assets, and infrastructure for exposed API keys, tokens, credentials, and high-risk security misconfigurations in a simple way, without noise.

Leverage SpectralOps’ advanced AI backed technology with over 2000 detectors to discover and classify your data silos and uncover data breaches before they happen. Get real-time slack alerts, workflow with JIRA tickets or your choice of notification on data breaches in real time and empower your teams to take immediate action.

Security for all stacks and assets:

  • Supercharge your CI/CD: Automate the processes of secret protection at build time. Monitor and detect API keys, tokens, credentials, security misconfiguration and other threats in real time.
  • Eliminate public blindspots: Continuously uncover and monitor public blindspots, supply chain gaps, and proprietary code assets across multiple data sources in a single dev-friendly platform.
  • Apply & enforce your policies: Seamlessly integrate your own playbooks, build your own detectors, and implement mitigation policies throughout your software development lifecycle.

Achieve data loss prevention in real time.