Panel Discussion: the osquery Foundation

QueryCon 2019: A Turning Point for osquery

Has it really been 3 months since Trail of Bits hosted QueryCon? We’ve had such a busy and productive summer that we nearly forgot to go back and reflect on the success of this event! On June 20-21, Trail of Bits partnered with Kolide and Carbon Back to host the ... Read More

Trail of Bits Named in Forrester Wave as a Leader in Midsize Cybersecurity Consulting Services

| | Press Release
Trail of Bits was among the select companies that Forrester invited to participate in its recent report, The Forrester Wave™: Midsize Cybersecurity Consulting Services, Q2 2019. In this evaluation, Trail of Bits was cited as a Leader. We received the highest score among all participants in the current offering category, ... Read More

Why you should go to QueryCon this week

| | Conferences, osquery
QueryCon takes place this week at the Convene Conference Center in Downtown Manhattan, Thursday June 20th- Friday June 21st. If you don’t have a ticket yet, get one while you can. QueryCon is an annual conference about osquery, the open source project that’s helping many top tech companies manage their ... Read More

Announcing the Trail of Bits osquery support group

| | osquery
As great as it is, osquery could be a whole lot better. (Think write access for extensions, triggered responses upon detection, and even better performance, reliability and ease of use.) Facebook’s small osquery team can’t respond to every request for enhancement. That’s understandable. They have their hands full with managing ... Read More
QueryCon 2018: our talks and takeaways

QueryCon 2018: our talks and takeaways

| | Conferences, osquery
Sometimes a conference just gets it right. Good talks, single track, select engaged attendees, and no sales talks. It’s a recipe for success that Kolide got right on its very first try with QueryCon, the first-ever osquery conference. It’s no secret that we are huge fans of osquery, Facebook’s award-winning ... Read More

What do you wish osquery could do?

| | osquery
Welcome to the third post in our series about osquery. So far, we’ve described how five enterprise security teams use osquery and reviewed the issues they’ve encountered. For our third post, we focus on the future of osquery. We asked users, “What do you wish osquery could do?” The answers ... Read More