DevOps is at a crossroads when it comes to securing containers and Kubernetes. You must meet security and compliance requirements before you can deploy new apps—but containers introduce new security challenges that existing DevOps tools and processes simply don’t address.
Containers are black boxes. It’s hard to see what’s going on inside, and the lifespan of a container keeps shrinking, further compounding the visibility challenges DevOps teams face.
So, how can you secure what you cannot see and further, how can you get the scale and data depth you need to secure containers and Kubernetes effectively? You can start by implementing least privilege.
Microservices make this easy with simple, single-purpose services. You can reduce opportunities for attacks by only exposing outside the container what’s strictly needed.
But, what else can you do? Read 5 Keys to a Secure DevOps Workflow for essential recommendations to help you meet security and compliance requirements without adding risk or delay.
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