Teleport

Oakland, CA, USA
2015
Oct 13, 2021   |  By Travis Gary
At Teleport we do IT a little differently — supporting a global remote company in hypergrowth is no easy feat and the playbook is different from traditional IT work. In this article, we want to share some of our IT philosophies that enable our employees to keep their agility despite working very asynchronously around the world.
Oct 8, 2021   |  By Sakshyam Shah
Although the typical use case of SSH is to access a remote server securely, you can also transfer files, forward local and remote ports, mount remote directories, redirect GUI, or even proxy arbitrary traffic (need I say SSH is awesome?). And this is just a small set of what’s possible with SSH.
Oct 6, 2021   |  By Travis Gary
This is the age-old question faced by so many tech teams: do we build or buy a system we need? TL:DR, Buying can save your engineer time for building the core stack and for the fun experiments needed to determine when to shake up the core stack.
Oct 1, 2021   |  By Kevin Nisbet
A multi-protocol access proxy is a powerful concept for securing access to infrastructure. But accessing numerous computing resources distributed across the globe via a single endpoint presents a latency challenge. Today we are announcing that the hosted edition of Teleport Access Plane is now available in 5 regions all over the world.
Sep 28, 2021   |  By Allen Vailliencourt
Those of us that work with technology get this question a lot: “What do you do?” “I work in technology — more specifically, I work as a pre-sales engineer.” Sound familiar? Working in IT can mean a lot of different things, and to those outside of this world, it quickly becomes deeply technical and complicated to explain to non-IT people. Even explaining what you do to IT people can become complicated.
Sep 22, 2021   |  By Sakshyam Shah
There is a growing discussion among network engineers, DevOps teams, and security professionals about the security benefits of bastions. Many assume that they are the “old way” of network access and have little relevance in the modern cloud native stack. These speculations are not irrelevant as in recent years, the corporate IT network perimeter as we knew it is diminishing, and the concept has been shifted to data, identity, and compute perimeter.
Sep 16, 2021   |  By Walt Della
In April 2021, I discovered an attack vector that could allow a malicious Pull Request to a Github repository to gain access to our production environment. Open source companies like us, or anyone else who accepts external contributions, are especially vulnerable to this. For the eager, the attack works by pivoting from a Kubernetes worker pod to the node itself, and from there exfiltrating credentials from the CI/CD system.
Sep 10, 2021   |  By Sakshyam Shah
What would you do when a security incident is detected? Shut down the servers? Pull out the power cord from the data center? When an incident is detected, both the incident method and the time required to contain an incident are essential to limit the damage. The slower you are to react, the more damage an incident would incur. And a service downtime to contain an incident can cost businesses even more than a security incident itself.
Sep 8, 2021   |  By Rosalind Lutsky
Do you have what it takes to become a cybersecurity expert? We interviewed 3 security professionals to find out how they got their start and what advice they would give to someone starting their career in cybersecurity. With security threats increasing, much of business continuity has come to rely on data security. In particular, engineering teams building cloud software rely on access to an ever-growing number of computing resources.
Sep 2, 2021   |  By Ev Kontsevoy
Can you enumerate every single network socket which can be used to hack into your cloud environment and steal your data? When counting, are you including the laptops of people who already authenticated and have access? The purpose of opening with this question is not to instill fear. Trying to answer it probably leads to “it’s complicated” and the complexity of access is what this article will cover. Complexity is our collective enemy in the computing industry.
Oct 7, 2021   |  By Teleport
How Figma protects internal tools using off the shelf AWS services with Max Burkhardt, a security engineer at Figma.
Oct 6, 2021   |  By Teleport
For this 11th episode of Access Control Podcast, a podcast providing practical security advice for startups, Developer Relations Engineer at Teleport Ben Arent chats with Elvis Chan. Elvis is Assistant Special Agent in charge assigned to the San Francisco FBI Field office. Chan manages a squad responsible for investigating national security cyber matters and has over 14 years of experience in the bureau.
Oct 4, 2021   |  By Teleport
Scalability and Cloud-Native have driven the demand for Kubernetes, but the developer now has the harder task of building applications in a secure manner. This talk will focus on best practices for implementing least privilege and enforcing zero trust principles within Kubernetes clusters. A how-to for implementing robust Role Based Access Control (RBAC) tied into the corporate SSO/Identity provider using Teleport.
Sep 17, 2021   |  By Teleport
How to setup Teleport to use Github Teams to provide access to your infrastructure. This guide explains how to set up Github SSO with Open Source, Enterprise Teleport, self-hosted or cloud.
Sep 15, 2021   |  By Teleport
In this ninth episode of Access Control, a podcast providing practical security advice for startups, Developer Relations Engineer at Teleport Ben Arent chats with Mario Loria. Mario is a Senior SRE at Carta who has been leading their move to Kubernetes and other cloud native technologies. Carta helps companies and investors manage their cap tables, valuations, investments, and equity plans. As users of Carta, we hope their security is top notch. Today we’ll be chatting about orchestrating Kubernetes, training teams on cloud native, and optimizing for the developer experience!
Sep 2, 2021   |  By Teleport
An on-demand webinar covering Teleport Database Access
Sep 2, 2021   |  By Teleport
Teleport Enhanced Session Recording mitigates all three concerns by providing advanced security, greater logging capabilities, and better correlates a user with their activities.
Mar 5, 2020   |  By Teleport
With their rapidly changing architecture and API-driven automation, cloud platforms come with unique security challenges and opportunities. This hands-on book guides you through security best practices for multivendor cloud environments, whether your company plans to move legacy on-premises projects to the cloud or build a new infrastructure from the ground up.
Mar 5, 2020   |  By Teleport
While SSH has always been a popular attack vector, the increased adoption of elastic, cloud infrastructure and dynamic, micro-service architecture using containerized application services (aka, "cloud-native" applications), has resulted in the additional complexity of having application services that can migrate across dynamic server infrastructure. This makes managing access to applications and their infrastructure through SSH more complicated and more prone to security threats.
Mar 1, 2020   |  By Teleport
In this paper, we will provide a brief description of what SSM Session Manager is and how it compares to Gravitational's Teleport privileged access management solution. We'll compare the significant design and feature differences and the operational overhead of the solutions. Because Session Manager is limited to AWS, we'll limit the scope of the discussion to that cloud provider. Finally, we have provided a feature matrix of the two solutions.
Feb 1, 2020   |  By Teleport
The goal of the paper is to identify key challenges and the most promising opportunities for small to medium sized server hosting providers in an era of rapid commoditization driven by AWS.
Feb 1, 2020   |  By Teleport
HIPAA, the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, sets the standard for protecting sensitive patient data. Any company that deals with protected health information (PHI) must ensure that all the required physical, network, and process security measures are in place and followed.

Security and Compliance for Cloud Applications and Infrastructure. Cloud-native application delivery with robust Day-2 operations across many clouds, in restricted, regulated and remote environments.

Get compliance and security best practices out-of-the-box and make it easy for engineers to access SSH and Kubernetes environments across many clouds, data centers and edge devices. Deploy and Run Kubernetes applications on your customers' clouds, on the edge, and even in air-gapped server rooms, without overloading your DevOps teams.

Our products are open-source and based on open standards:

  • Teleport: Access Kubernetes and Linux infrastructure across clouds, datacenters and IoT devices while enforcing industry best-practices for security and compliance.
  • Gravity: Deploy and run cloud-native applications in hundreds of locations where security and compliance matter, on your customers' clouds or on the edge.
  • Teleconsole: Teleconsole is a free service to share your terminal session with people you trust. Your friends can join via a command line via SSH or via their browser over HTTPS. Use this to ask for help or to connect to your own devices sitting behind NAT.

Grow your business across many production environments without having to worry about the vendor lock-in.