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Shifting left security incident management with the Snyk & Opsgenie integration

We’re excited to announce a new integration with Opsgenie, making it easier to further integrate security into existing incident management and operations workflows. This integration is based on Snyk’s new custom webhooks API beta release announced last week. We often tout the benefits of modern software development and digital transformation as cloud computing, containers, DevSecOps […]

February 24, 2021

Snyk-Watcher: keep Snyk in sync

Welcome to Snyk API Wednesdays! This is our newest blog series that highlights the different ways the Snyk API is leveraged by our customers. Snyk’s extensibility and API enable developers to tune Snyk’s security automation to their specific workflows, ensuring both developer experience and consistent platform governance. We’re proud to start the series with a […]

February 17, 2021

The latest Docker Build show features new Snyk & Docker workshop

2020 was a busy year for Docker and Snyk! In the same year, we announced (and released) Snyk-powered vulnerability scanning within Docker Desktop and Docker Hub. We expect 2021 to be bigger as we grow these products and release Snyk-secured Docker Official Images. Snyk and Docker’s goal for our partnership is to help developers more […]

February 4, 2021

Snyk and Rapid7 strengthen partnership to provide a holistic risk assessment solution for container applications

Modern organizations are working hard to differentiate their products and services by creating innovative solutions that their customers can leverage at home and on-the-go, forcing them to consider new, more agile approaches to application development that empower their development teams to accelerate time-to-market, and launch new solutions as quickly as possible. This “need for speed” […]

January 29, 2021

Docker security scanning cheatsheet 2021

Docker has an enormous worldwide user base, recently surpassing 10 million users and 242 billion image pulls and has changed the way applications are built.  With the accelerated development velocity that containerization enables, additional security responsibilities are shifting to developers, who now need to maintain container images in addition to their code. That’s why a […]

January 19, 2021

Applying risk management to DevOps practices with Snyk & Datadog

At SnykCon 2020, Datadog gave an informative talk about applying dynamic risk assessment to software development. More specifically, the company discussed how to use Snyk to measure and mitigate cybersecurity risks. In this post, we’ll look at some common software risks, how to measure security risks, and how organizations can use Datadog and Snyk to […]

January 4, 2021

Announcing the Snyk and Docker Security Guide for Developers

Snyk and Docker have partnered to bring developer-centric security, powered by Snyk, to the world’s most popular container developer tools, Docker Desktop and Docker Hub.  Now that you might be seeing your first scan results for container vulnerabilities, you have likely discovered a few issues… maybe even more than a few! It can be daunting […]

November 18, 2020

Docker Desktop with Snyk and new Docker Vulnerability Cheat Sheet available

Following hot on the heels of our release of container scanning in Docker Hub and our big SnykCon announcement of Snyk becoming the official security provider for Docker’s own Official Images, today we’re pleased to announce that the Docker and Snyk integration in Docker Desktop has graduated to the Docker Desktop Stable release, opening up […]

November 10, 2020

How Atlassian CISO Adrian Ludwig built a world-class product security team

At last week’s SnykCon, Snyk’s Co-founder and President Guy Podjarny sat down with Adrian Ludwig, CISO of Atlassian for a fireside chat about the modern security market, how his security team is structured, and how to help developers embrace security.  Guy and Adrian continued their conversation after the fireside chat, discussing what it takes to […]

October 28, 2020

Showing Snyk security information in GitHub code scanning

Lots of Snyk users use GitHub for hosting their source code. Generally, that means looking in one place (GitHub) for source code, and another (Snyk) for information about vulnerabilities. Snyk has always looked to push security information to where developers are, for instance with local tools (like our CLI and IDE plugins) and with our […]

October 7, 2020

Snyk and Trek10 publish new AWS Quick Start Guide to secure serverless CI/CD deployments

About a year ago, I worked with Trek10 on building a solution that would help customers who develop serverless applications on AWS to quickly get started with an enterprise-ready deployment pipeline. The AWS Quick Start walks through the steps associated with building, managing, and securing a custom-built deployment pipeline. Snyk integrates with AWS services, enabling […]

September 29, 2020