Kubernetes Security Posture Management (KSPM) is one of the basic tenets of Kubernetes Security, but it is often only referred to in the context of hardening and cyber hygiene. KSPM has the potential to lend itself to incident response as well as a defense-in-depth strategy. This paper covers the common misconfigurations to look out for, as well as how to use KSPM for accomplishing a broader set of security functions within your Kubernetes environment.
- How to use KSPM to harden your Kubernetes environment
Tying KSPM to your incident response program
- Tying KSPM to your defense in depth strategy
- How real time KSPM can reduce your overall noise and increase efficiency