This is the first of two posts about ingraind and the Rust BPF library that powers it, RedBPF. In this post I’m going to give you an overview of what ingraind is, and how it led to the development of RedBPF. Then in the next post, I’m going to get a little more technical and show how we compile Rust code to BPF binary code.
We wanted to take a look at just a couple of cybersecurity measures that can be reviewed, deployed, managed and updated during this quieter time (for some), so when we transition back to ‘normal’, your organization will be fighting fit and armed for the latest cyber threats.
In late 2019, France’s market watchdog, the Autorite des Marches Financier (AMF), fined news agency Bloomberg €5 million (US$ 7.6 million) for publishing a hoax report about French construction company, Vinci.
We use our security observability agent, ingraind, to monitor our daily Zoom “standup” meeting, and decided to analyse the results in this blog post.
Red Sift are mentioned as a cybersecurity who can help to ensure everyone remains protected from these phishing scams no matter where you are working.
Randal Pinto talks to the Natwest Business hub about what tactics cybercriminals are using and what you can proactively do to prevent becoming a victim.
Organizations must align business security with the safety of their workforce around Covid-19 and it starts with email.
Tariq Zaki talks to Information Age about how it’s crucial that, although some critical changes need to be quickly finished due to priority, other parts should be completed in stages for the project to remain sustainable.
A look at how OnDMARC has helped local councils and US agencies to protect their email domains against impersonation attacks.
Almost 2 years ago when I joined Red Sift, I kicked off development on ingraind and its core, RedBPF, with the goal of building a better kind of security agent […]