Brex said that it has seen a significant increase in demand in recent months and turned to StackRox to provide security and compliance capabilities that would easily scale with its Kubernetes applications.
Brex, noting the security challenges associated with scaling a cloud-native business, chose StackRox over legacy container security providers for its ability to integrate security directly in the infrastructure and consistently implement pre-built policies across the entire application lifecycle of build, deploy, and runtime.
According to the company, StackRox was the right product for Brex’s journey to DevSecOps. StackRox enables Brex to achieve full visibility into and control over its cloud-native infrastructure, with nearly all its apps running in containers and Kubernetes in Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS).
StackRox’s Kubernetes-native architecture helps Brex enhance the efficacy of its DevSecOps program, particularly the ability to prioritize risk and effectively mitigate vulnerabilities across its images, containers, Kubernetes, and running deployments.
StackRox also provides Brex with simplified integration with its CI/CD pipeline and automated compliance auditing for key PCI DSS and SOC 2 regulations.