News Briefs

ESP for Azure: Security for the Modern Enterprise

Evident.io today announced support for Microsft Azure, which extends our cloud security and compliance monitoring to...

Cloud Security This Week – September 15, 2017

The impact of the Equifax breach started to sink in among the 143 million people who were affected, and ElasticSearch...

15,000 Servers With No Authentication; 4,000 Infected with PoS Malware. An ElasticSearch Malware Disaster.

It’s being reported that more than 4,000 ElasticSearch servers are currently infected with, and actively hosting...

What Security Pros Want From Equifax

In the aftermath of the massive Equifax breach, consumers are scrambling to know if they were affected, the degree to...

Cloud Security This Week – September 1, 2017

It’s never dull for those trying to keep the cloud safe from harm, but this was a relatively quiet week for cloud...

A Cloud Security Platform for the Federal Government

Anyone who has ever had to call the IRS or wait in line at the DMV sees a snapshot of what looks like a morass of red...

A Better Path to Security and Compliance: Evident.io and In-Q-Tel

Today Evident.io announced that we are joining in a strategic partnership with In-Q-Tel (IQT), the innovation and...

What you need to know about NIST 800-53 Compliance in AWS

As more agencies in the public sector and their partners move to the cloud, NIST 800-53 revision 4 (rev. 4) by the...

Evident.io and Robert Half International head to AWS Summit San Francisco to talk about the Cloud Security Skills Gap

The shift to Cloud IaaS and PaaS hasn’t lessened the workload that organizations have for security and compliance...

The CIA Leak and the Government’s Role in Cyber Warfare

It has been interesting to watch the commentary flying around the interwebs about the CIA Wikileaks leak. It has sparked...

Proud to Join the GV Portfolio

We are pleased to announce that Evident.io was recently infused with $22M in fresh capital. This Series C funding round...

Hadoop, CouchDB Users Latest Attack Targets

The attacks on databases just keep coming. First, it was the MongoDB attack, then as Evident.io’s John Martinez wrote...