StackRox has raised $26.5 million in funding. This round was led by Menlo Ventures, with participation from Highland Capital Partners, Hewlett-Packard Enterprise, Redpoint Ventures, and Sequoia Capital.
The company will use the new funds to meet growing demand driven by Kubernetes and DevSecOps, and to deliver on its vision of providing organizations with the tools to securely build, deploy, and run cloud-native applications.
More information is available here.
Sectigo launches PKI Risk Assessment Tool
This tool will help businesses assess their exposure to security risks.
Organizations will be given a brief questionnaire that then is used to create a custom report that evaluates risk across eight different Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) use cases: web servers, email, networked devices, IoT devices, application development, DevOps environments, key management in public cloud, and SSH-based server management.
“Though PKI has been around for years, its applications in the enterprise have evolved exponentially with the likes of DevOps, IoT, IAM, making the need for automation and crypto agility greater than ever,” explained Tim Callan, senior fellow at Sectigo. “We are proud to provide the industry with this unique resource so that IT professionals can better uncover the risks they face and then make well-informed business decisions to protect their most valuable assets.”
Silicon Labs has launched Simplicity Studio 5
The latest version of the IDE simplifies development of System-on-Chips (SoCs) and modules, microcontrollers, and other embedded products for IoT devices.
Key highlights include scalability, a responsive UI, modern platform, core improvements, network analyzer, project configuration, power profiler, advanced security, automatic board detection, and value-add tools.
“IoT developers face a wide-range of technical challenges, including optimizing for performance, power, size, multiprotocol coexistence, and security,” said Matt Johnson, senior vice president of IoT at Silicon Labs. “They also face business pressures including timelines, certifications, and code reuse. Simplicity Studio 5 is a free, state-of-the-art development platform that addresses these pain points and makes the creation of smart home, commercial, consumer, and industrial applications faster and easier than ever. It is a unification point for all of Silicon Labs’ wireless technologies, and helps developers easily create sophisticated, flexible, multiprotocol products with OpenThread and Bluetooth Dynamic Multiprotocol technologies without having to know every implementation detail.”