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Falco

Accepted to CNCF on October 10, 2018

Cloud Native Runtime Security


InfoQ: “KubeCon EU Highlights: CloudEvents & Falco Graduate, Beta Tetragon , Linkerd Meshes Legacy Systems”

Posted on March 29, 2024

As highlighted at the recent KubeCon and CloudNatveiCon EU 2024 conference, the count of CNCF graduated projects has reached twenty-six, as Cloud Events and Falco joined the “boring, but safe project list”.


TFIR: “Falco is now a graduated CNCF project”

Posted on March 12, 2024

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) recently announced the graduation of Falco, a cloud-native security tool designed for Linux systems and the de facto Kubernetes threat detection engine.


InfoQ: “Falco, Cloud-Native Security Tool for Kubernetes, Graduates from CNCF”

Posted on March 12, 2024

CNCF announced the graduation of Falco, a tool designed for Linux systems and a de facto Kubernetes threat-detection engine. The project successfully met all graduation requirements, including undergoing the due diligence process, completing a third-party security audit, and obtaining…


The New Stack: “Falco Is a CNCF Graduate. Now What?”

Posted on March 7, 2024

The fact that Falco has achieved graduation status with the CNCF shows that a lot of work yet has to be done to pave the way for eBPF to achieve its full potential, not only for security and observability but how it will play out in…


Cloud Native Live: Falcosidekick – The Swiss Army knife for cloud native security & observability

Posted on March 4, 2024

A Swiss Army Knife is renowned for its versatility, offering multiple tools in one compact package. Similarly, while Falco provides five standard outputs for its security events—stdout, file, gRPC, shell, and HTTP—these can sometimes fall short when integrating…


ComputerWeekly: “Sysdig me Amadeus: Falco graduates to CNCF”

Posted on March 1, 2024

Cloud security company Sysdig has made note of Falco now reaching graduated project status within the auspices Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF). 


Security Boulevard: “CNCF Graduates Falco Project to Improve Linux Security”

Posted on February 29, 2024

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced today that Falco, an open source tool for defining security rules in Linux environments, has officially graduated.


ITOps Times: “Falco graduates from CNCF”

Posted on February 29, 2024

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) announced the graduation of Falco. Falco is a cloud-native security tool for Linux systems and has become a commonly used engine for detecting threats within Kubernetes environments.