Instant security information with the Snyk security badge

We are excited to announce the Snyk security badge for open source libraries that offers instant security information. This newly introduced item for library maintainers gives users better visibility into the security details. With this badge, you can instantly see whether a library has any vulnerabilities and the level of severity. At Snyk we know […]

August 4, 2020

Prioritization on steroids with Snyk’s new Priority Score

Snyk’s new Priority Score helps to drastically simplify one of the biggest challenges in using open source securely—working out which vulnerabilities to tackle first.  For most organizations, fixing all vulnerabilities is simply not feasible. Each change comes at a cost, and that cost often rises with the age and complexity of the software. The average […]

August 4, 2020

Snyk named to the CRN 2020 Emerging Vendor list

We’re excited to share that CRN has included Snyk in its annual Emerging Vendors List in the Security category.  CRN’s Emerging Vendors recognizes pioneering technology suppliers in the IT channel that are driving innovation and growth. This list serves as a valuable resource for solution providers in search of the latest technologies.  The annual list honors […]

August 3, 2020

Strength through diversity

As the CEO leading a diverse international team of professionals, I focus on recognizing and drawing upon the fantastic skills and ideas of my global team. Recently Snyk was recognized by Comparably for being #1 on Comparably‘s list (SMB) for Best Companies for Leadership Teams. In addition, two other achievements were awarded; As one of the top […]

July 29, 2020

Optimizing prioritization with deep application-level context

Prioritizing vulnerability fixes is becoming increasingly difficult due to both the constant rise in the number of vulnerabilities and the complexity involved in assessing the risk they pose. Vulnerabilities are not born equal, and their risk variance is influenced by an array of objective and subjective factors. Effective prioritization depends on an accurate assessment of […]

July 28, 2020

New AWS Quick Start available to secure Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS) workloads

We are delighted to announce a new AWS Quick Start featuring Snyk Container and sample deployments for quickly and easily securing workloads running on Amazon Elastic Kubernetes service (Amazon EKS).  Snyk Container’s Kubernetes monitor detects workloads as they are created or modified in EKS and then scans the underlying container image for vulnerabilities in order […]

July 23, 2020

Helping developers prioritize the security backlog

Today, developers are increasingly stepping up to fix the vulnerabilities in their apps, which is amazing. However, when they do so, they’re faced with a long backlog of vulnerabilities. Deciding which issue to address first is hard, requiring time and security expertise developers often don’t have. This is a chance for the right tools to […]

July 22, 2020

Announcing Snyk’s developer-first prioritization capabilities

We’re excited to unveil Snyk’s developer-first prioritization capabilities, helping development and security teams prioritize fixes for security vulnerabilities in their open source dependencies and containers more effectively!  Organizations today are overwhelmed by growing amounts of vulnerabilities. Since they cannot fix each and every issue instantly, they must prioritize. Effective prioritization helps organizations to stay focused […]

July 22, 2020

Arbitrary File Write via Archive Extraction (Zip Slip) in go-rpmutils

Welcome to the Snyk Monthly Vulnerability Profile. In this series, Snyk looks back on the vulnerabilities discovered by or reported to our Security Research Team. We choose one noteworthy vulnerability from the past month and tell the story behind the discovery, research, and disclosure of the vulnerability. We highlight the researchers, developers, and users who […]

July 20, 2020

Top tips for handling remote working fatigue

With the arrival of COVID came a swift and unplanned transition from office to home for many businesses. In the UK almost half of the working population (47%) are experiencing working remotely for the first time, and in the US at the beginning of 2020, only 3.4% of the population were working from home full […]

July 16, 2020

Navigate 3 trends in financial services with DevSecOps

The financial services sector faces both technology opportunities and challenges. The modernization of financial business infrastructures isn’t a new conversation, although it remains a continued priority and challenge for our largest banking, investment, and insurance institutions. Cloud adoption trends in financial services  have dominated this conversation in recent years, across infrastructure, data, and the applications […]

July 13, 2020