Bring engineering and security together with paved roads for Kubernetes security
Can multiple teams make changes across your Kubernetes environments without undermining security? Are engineering and security able to align on top priorities for remediation?
KSOC provides scalable guardrails and clear prioritization of risk, helping engineering and security teams work as a team to systematically improve Kubernetes security.
Make Kubernetes security efficient with
systematic, paved roads
Adopt paved roads at scale
It can be difficult to scale controls across a broad set of engineering teams and environments. That’s why KSOC detection and admission control policies can be set centrally across multiple clusters, while granting different access levels across teams.
Improve GitOps speed
When engineering teams are asked to move across different tools, speed is lost. KSOC allows for policy changes within the CI tools already in use, with transparent policies that can be customized. Guidance is actionable, in Kubernetes- specific terms, reducing the need for any re-works.
Quick alignment, not distraction
Engineering teams don’t have capacity to fix every vulnerability. KSOC provides an accurate set of priorities, using the entire connected path of a security risk, resulting in quick alignment on goals and less distraction for engineering.
Expand Software Supply Chain Security to Kubernetes
Despite its extensive 3rd party toolset, Kubernetes has been largely ignored when it comes to the software supply chain. Use KSOC’s Kubernetes Bill of Materials (KBOM) for a view of the software supply chain in your running environment.
The Kubernetes Security Operations Center (KSOC) platform extends your Kubernetes environment with a simple helm chart installation and central, transparent policy definitions you can set from your current CI tooling
Install via helm chart in 30 seconds
KSOC extends your Kubernetes environment, plugged into a live stream of what is actually running
Manage detection and admission control policy centrally across multiple clusters
Don’t switch your tools, change policy in the manifest directly or in your CI via Github actions
Grant granular internal permissions
Set appropriate access levels to KSOC for the teams building on Kubernetes