Docker Security

NeuVector Announces the Release of Enhanced Run-Time Protection for Suspicious Containers

Today at DockerCon in Copenhagen NeuVector announced and demonstrated new container protection features. We also announced that NeuVector customer Arvato would be sharing their microservices migration journey in session #126523.

Enhanced Run-Time Protection for Suspicious Containers

With the release of NeuVector’s new quarantine capability and other new protections at DockerCon Europe 2017, security teams can now automatically or manually quarantine a container that has potentially been compromised. A container quarantine isolates the container from all incoming and outgoing connections, while also preserving it for forensic investigation. Security and devops teams can still use the Docker engine to inspect the container and monitor subsequent behavior. The NeuVector container firewall supports both Docker Community Edition and Enterprise Edition.

Arvato Migration Case Study

NeuVector also announced that Tobias Gurtzick, Software Engineer at Arvato Bertelsmann (a NeuVector customer), will be speaking at DockerCon this week in a session titled “How to Secure the Journey to Big Data Microservices.” Mr. Gurtzick will be available to speak to attendees at the NeuVector booth (#E3) by requesting an appointment at [email protected]

 

About the Author

Glen is VP Marketing & Product Management at NeuVector.
Glen has over 20 years of experience in enterprise security, marketing SaaS, and infrastructure software. He has held executive management positions at Trend Micro, Provilla, Reactivity, Quantum and Rignite.