Red Canary and Threat Stack are teaming up to provide organizations with best-in-class cybersecurity coverage for cloud environments.
Threats can occur at any time of the day. They don’t care if you’re sleeping, if it’s the weekend, if you’re on vacation, or if you’re short-staffed. For many security teams, it’s a struggle to meet the time sensitivity requirements of containing and remediating threats. What happens when a threat hits your network at 3 a.m.? How do you enforce … Read More
We are very excited to announce that Endgame and Red Canary have partnered to integrate Endgame’s endpoint telemetry into the Red Canary platform. Our teams have worked together for years on research, mapping adversary techniques to ATT&CK™, and most recently on designing Endgame’s streaming APIs for this integration. Endgame now supports the collection of not only process-level telemetry, but a … Read More
If you’ve been to RSA, you know the expo hall can be full of flashy product pushes. Join Red Canary at RSA Booth #2225 for real security conversations with real security people. We’ll have a combination of founders, security operations, researchers, technical account managers, and customer success managers on-site. (And of course, everyone’s favorite: free t-shirts and stickers.) Are you … Read More
There’s a thing we do at Red Canary called BEASTMODE. No beating around the bush here; it’s a corporate all-hands. On a quarterly basis, the remote teams come to the Denver office and we spend three intense days together. The reason it’s called BEASTMODE is that in the very early days of the company, we’d spend endless hours in a single … Read More
Julian Mitchell of Forbes recently sat down with Brian Beyer, CEO and co-founder of Red Canary, to talk about the vision behind the company, the future of cyber security, and top tech trends impacting the industry in 2018. Read the interview below. This article originally appeared in Forbes. What was the specific void or opportunity you identified that inspired the … Read More
This guest post was contributed by Ben Johnson, co-founder and CTO of Obsidian Security, a stealth startup based in Southern California. Prior to Obsidian, Ben co-founded and was CTO of Carbon Black. In infosec, we are often quick to call out the people, processes, and technology that we believe are selling snake-oil, are needlessly inefficient, or don’t perform as expected. … Read More