Docker Security

You Can’t Secure What You Can’t See – Docker Network Security

There’s been a lot of discussion of container security for images, platforms, and the OS. But not much about getting visibility of the container network, especially for security purposes. Docker networking can be a complex, big topic, and Docker network security is not well understood. A common question we often hear is: How can I see the… Read more »

Docker Security

Improving Docker Security: A Better Way to Secure Your Container Network

Using Linux containers like those enabled by Docker provides a perfect encapsulation method to package application components, or micro-services. Is there any need to worry about Docker security? Some would argue that just the process of deploying applications as container based micro-services improves overall security and reduces the applications attack surface. Let’s assume that everyone… Read more »

Docker Security

Are the built-in security controls of Docker ‘good enough’?

Editor’s note: This post was originally published on dabcc.com When deploying Docker containers into production here’s a frequently asked question: “Are the built-in security controls of Docker ‘good enough’ for my service?” There’s been quite a few posts recently assessing the security requirements for containerdeployments and taking a stand one way or another. A blog… Read more »