Open Source Community Update
Deepfence Open Source Community Update — April 2022

Application security is a public good. Everyone benefits from building, operating, and using applications that are more secure. That principle led us to open source ThreatMapper in October 2021. Since the initial release, we’ve added many more capabilities to ThreatMapper,... Read More >

Owen Garrett
Owen Garrett
Introducing PacketStreamer
Introducing PacketStreamer: Distributed Packet Capture for Cloud Native Platforms

PacketStreamer is an open source tool that captures network traffic from multiple remote sources concurrently and aggregates the data into a single pcap log file. It is written in golang and supports network capture from Kubernetes nodes, Docker hosts, and bare-metal/virtual-machine... Read More >

Owen Garrett
Owen Garrett
quote about joining Deepfence by Ryan Smith
Deepfence: 3 Reasons Why I am Excited about Building the Future of Cloud Native Security

Editor’s note: This article was originally published on Writing by Ryan, the personal blog of Deepfence’s Head of Strategic Solutions. We’ve crossposted Ryan’s blog here to share with the Deepfence community. Recently I decided to leave my previous job of... Read More >

Ryan Smith
Ryan Smith
deepfence on kubernetes podcast
Deepfence on the Kubernetes Podcast

Deepfence CEO Sandeep Lahane teamed up with Owen Garrett, Head of Products and Community, to chat with Craig Box from the Kubernetes Podcast from Google. Craig posed some interesting questions about how Deepfence came about, the problems it solves, how... Read More >

Jamie Gale
Jamie Gale
The Sisyphean Task of Vulnerability Management and How to Break Free

According to Greek mythology, Zeus punished Sisyphus for cheating death (twice!) by forcing him to roll a boulder up a hill only for it to roll down each time it neared the top, repeating this action for eternity. The thought... Read More >

Sandeep Lahane
Sandeep Lahane