Container Security

figo Converts to Container Infrastructure for Speed, Efficiency and Scalability

Building in Reliability to Meet Regulatory Demands The German banking service provider figo is on a mission to reduce complexity and increase reliability and scalability across its infrastructure. To reach these goals, while also addressing the ongoing demands of banking and privacy regulations, figo is converting to a Kubernetes container-based infrastructure. As figo says, “these… Read more »

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NeuVector Announces New Container Risk Reports for Vulnerability Exploits, External Attacks, and East-West Connections

New dashboard and reports enable DevOps security teams to accurately assess their attack risk, and offer recommendations to reduce risk for Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift deployment San Jose, CA – May 7, 2019 – NeuVector, the leader in container network security, today announced new capabilities to help container security teams better assess the security… Read more »

Container Security

What Is Complete Run-Time Container Security?

By Gary Duan Securing containers in production is no easy task. And getting it wrong or deploying weak run-time container security will ultimately leave you vulnerable to an attack. It would only be a matter of time before you will be scrambling to recover and possibly facing bad publicity from a data breach. Run-time container… Read more »

Container Security

Using Admission Control to Prevent Unauthorized or Vulnerable Image Deployments in Kubernetes

Kubernetes Admission Control is a Critical Link in a Container CI/CD Pipeline An important security enforcement point to build into the container CI/CD pipeline is to prevent unauthorized or vulnerable images from being deployed into production Kubernetes clusters. While basic Kubernetes admission control provides some capabilities, preventing vulnerable images from being deployed requires extensions to… Read more »