https://www.thefabricnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/kavachcloudblog.jpg 300 300 Gopi Krishna, Chief Architect at Mesh7, a cloud-native application security company https://www.thefabricnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/fabric-logo.png Gopi Krishna, Chief Architect at Mesh7, a cloud-native application security company2019-10-02 15:50:392019-10-02 15:51:19Effective Cloud Security: Beyond Microsegmentation
According to Risk based security research, 2019 is on track to being the “worst year on record” for breach activity. Despite a whole host of security tools and control systems, breaches continue to occur, they are more frequent and the blast radius is wider. And more often than not they follow a pattern of either being insider threat, compromised user accounts or exploitation of zero day vulnerabilities.
https://www.thefabricnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/reimagininginfrastructure_4.jpg 300 300 Prabakar Sundarrajan - Chief Strategist and Co-founder, The Fabric https://www.thefabricnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/fabric-logo.png Prabakar Sundarrajan - Chief Strategist and Co-founder, The Fabric2019-10-01 10:00:312019-10-01 11:18:38Reimagining Infrastructure for a Distributed Era [ 4/5]
In the first post of this series, I mentioned that we are at the advent of a new era of glorious distributed computing of many kinds, and therefore infrastructure has to be reimagined to meet the evolving needs and challenges. In this article, we will explore how de-centralization via distributing trust across participants using blockchain technology in business transactions is driving some new infrastructure and business model innovations.
https://www.thefabricnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/Announcement_Kavach.jpg 300 300 Pratik Roychowdhury, Founder of Mesh7, a cloud-native application security company https://www.thefabricnet.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/fabric-logo.png Pratik Roychowdhury, Founder of Mesh7, a cloud-native application security company2019-09-19 08:46:022019-09-19 13:36:00Splunk Ventures Fund's first investment in Kavach, The Fabric co-creation
We are thrilled about the announcement from Splunk. In the press release, Splunk announces their venture arm, namely Splunk Ventures, a $100 million Innovation Fund and a $50 million Social Impact Fund, to invest in promising and innovative start-ups that "can harness the power of data to change the world". Innovation Fund's first investment is in Kavach.