Twistlock and Exodus partner to identify apps with Zero-Day vulnerabilities in your containers

Container-based deployments are becoming more and more common in the enterprise, with Docker usage doubling from 2015 to 2016[1]. One of Docker’s primary strengths is the convenience it provides in packaging and distributing applications, their dependencies, and environments. Docker, Inc. provides an open-source container registry that many use as starting points for their containers, allowing one to create new containers that build on the work of others. However, the convenience of the Docker ecosystem comes at the cost of increasing the difficulty of knowing which applications and dependencies are within a Docker container, allowing administrators to unknowingly grow their org’s entire attack surface.


twistlockAt Exodus Intelligence, we understand the priority of knowing whether containerized applications are vulnerable, so that steps can be taken to mitigate and reduce overall risk. To this end, we are pleased to announce our partnership with Twistlock—the leader in securing containerized applications, and noted as one of the “Top 20 Cyber Security firms to watch in 2016” by Dark Reading. In this partnership, Exodus Intelligence Zero-Day metadata becomes an integral intelligence source within Twistlock applications.  Continue reading

It’s Time to Focus on the Problem

cybersecPost by Ted Ross
Exodus Intelligence, CEO

It’s been interesting to watch the cybersecurity industry evolve over the last two decades. I’ve seen radical shifts in actor behavior and sophistication, as well as industries’ ability to comprehend and address threats. With that in mind, it would be easy to build a picture of “doom and gloom”—given that everybody realizes that industry and government alike are not able to keep up. Continue reading

Zero Days & IoT with Dan Lamorena of Forescout Technologies–Part 1

wwOur good friend, Dan Lamorena of Forescout Technologies, is creating a series of blogs centered around zero-days and IoT. In this series, he’ll be interviewing cybersecurity experts to discuss what they’re seeing out there in the “Wild, Wild West” of security.

The first blog post of the series is right here, with Logan Brown, President/Founder, and Ted Ross, CEO, of Exodus Intelligence. Logan has spent his career in security research finding vulnerabilities in commonly used software. Exodus has been around for four years now, and prior to that, Logan was at TippingPoint’s Zero Day Initiative. Ted has been in the industry for 27 years and brings experience from both a security practitioner and a threat intelligence background. Continue reading