What do you wish osquery could do?

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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
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What are the current pain points of osquery?

You’re reading the second post in our four-part series about osquery. Read post number one for a snapshot of the tool’s current use, the reasons for its growing popularity among enterprise security teams, and how it stacks up against commercial alternatives. osquery shows considerable potential to revolutionize the endpoint monitoring ... Read More
Securing Ethereum at Empire Hacking

Securing Ethereum at Empire Hacking

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If you’re building real applications with blockchain technology and are worried about security, consider this meetup essential. Join us on December 12th for a special edition of Empire Hacking focused entirely on the security of Ethereum. Why attend? Four blockchain security experts will be sharing how to write secure smart ... Read More
How are teams currently using osquery?

How are teams currently using osquery?

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In the year since we ported osquery to Windows, the operating system instrumentation and endpoint monitoring agent has attracted a great deal of attention in the open-source community and beyond. In fact, it recently received the 2017 O’Reilly Defender Award for best project. Many large and leading tech firms have ... Read More