Do your cloud and infrastructure security teams feel blind to what is happening in your clusters, even with standard cloud provider logs or CSPM tools? The essential checklist will show how you can go beyond your hardening measures or admission control policies for accurate security visibility in a Kubernetes environment.
Kubernetes is now the tool of choice for orchestrating and running microservices in containers. But it has been one of the last areas to catch speed from a security perspective, and many security teams feel caught on their heels. This is true even if they have deployed admission control or have other container security measures in place. And the number one challenge for infrastructure and cloud security teams is visibility into their clusters’ overall risk.
The reason visibility into their Kubernetes environments is such a challenge has to do with the tools that are available today and how quickly (or not) they have adapted to the reality of Kubernetes environments. This guide will shed light on the key considerations to geing the right level of visibility into your Kubernetes posture, assets and risk.
- Addressing the challenges of Kubernetes visibility
- Finding your Kubernetes blindspots in real time
- The power of automation