Container Security

NeuVector and IBM Cloud Announce Run-Time Security for Kubernetes

On-demand webinar demonstrates how the NeuVector multi-vector container firewall enables IBM Cloud customers to deploy with confidence

San Jose, CA – March 20, 2018 – NeuVector, the leader in Kubernetes security delivering the first and only multi-vector container firewall, today announced that its run-time container security solution is now available for IBM Cloud. IBM Container Service Security for KubernetesThe demonstration, jointly presented in an on-demand webinar with IBM Cloud, details how NeuVector’s solution integrates with IBM Cloud Container Service to provide IBM Cloud customers with the confidence to deploy Kubernetes workloads in production.

The free webinar is now available here.

“DevOps and containers are an increasingly important strategy for enterprises to more easily develop and release software,” said Fei Huang, CEO, NeuVector. “IBM Cloud combines Docker and Kubernetes to provide powerful tools and services – including cognitive capabilities from IBM Watson – into a platform that promotes rapid application delivery. Our partnership with IBM Cloud now automates Kubernetes platform security with NeuVector’s multi-vector container firewall capabilities to ensure production applications are secure.”

The deployment automation enabled by Kubernetes also comes with security challenges caused by low visibility into the constantly changing east-west communication traffic within the Kubernetes environment. Traditional security solutions cannot detect threats and container attacks across several fronts, from vulnerability exploits to privilege escalation to sophisticated insider attacks. Image scanning and hardening are equally insufficient to protect these environments in run-time, as unknown vulnerabilities, zero-day and insider attacks can – and will – evade their protections.

“Our customers are on a journey to the cloud – whether it’s cloud-native app development or the modernization of existing apps by repackaging to run in the cloud,” said Chris Rosen, Program Director, Offering Management, IBM Cloud. “As their usage of containers and microservices increases, it becomes apparent quickly that traditional solutions and tooling for monitoring, logging, and (especially) security are not sufficient for these new technologies. IBM is excited about the partnership with NeuVector and our ability to bring run-time visibility and security for Kubernetes and Docker to IBM Cloud Container Service. IBM is providing a managed Kubernetes container offering that enables our customers to focus on their business objectives, not managing open source projects like Docker and Kubernetes. NeuVector deploys seamlessly in our native Kubernetes clusters providing container behavioral learning and cloud-native integration to automate security enforcement for our customers.”

NeuVector provides a unique run-time security automation solution to fully secure Kubernetes environments. The solution delivers a true Layer 7 container firewall with east-west traffic visibility combined with container process monitoring and vulnerability scanning. The on-demand webinar provides an overview of IBM Cloud and is designed to clearly demonstrate how NeuVector safeguards networks, containers, and hosts on the IBM Cloud Container Service with multi-vector threat detection. Learn more about how NeuVector secures containerized environments on IBM Cloud here.

About NeuVector

NeuVector is the leader in Kubernetes security and delivers the first and only multi-vector container firewall – which enables the confident deployment of enterprise-wide container strategies across multi-cloud and on-prem environments. NeuVector provides east-west container traffic visibility, container protection, and host security in a highly integrated, automated security solution. Customers include global leaders in financial services, healthcare and publishing, and the company is partners with AWS, Docker, IBM, Rancher, Red Hat, and others. Founded by industry veterans from Fortinet, VMware, and Trend Micro, NeuVector has developed patent-pending behavioral learning for container security.

 

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