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Zero Trust across Kubernetes and the Cloud

Fill in the blind spots of your zero trust strategy

Has the shared service model led to a proliferation of identities and permissions across Kubernetes and the cloud? Could your zero trust strategy prevent insider threats in Kubernetes? 

KSOC shows permissions and where they are used, as well as enforces least privilege access in your critical cloud infrastructure.

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Fill in your blind spots to apply zero trust across Kubernetes and the cloud

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Detect malicious insiders

Malicious insiders and compromised, valid credentials constitute the most costly attack vector in a breach. The lists of over permissions from legacy KSPM and CNAPP providers don’t show the actual usage of permissions. KSOC uses AI to comb through cloud metadata and audit logs, efficiently surfacing how permissions are actually used in order to detect malicious insiders.

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Least privilege from Kubernetes to the cloud

Many zero trust initiatives have a large gap around Kubernetes and the cloud, risking non compliance with customer’s security requirements.  KSOC shows where least privilege issues are being exploited in the attack path from cloud IAM authentication to RBAC authorization.

See where Cloud IAM and Kubernetes RBAC intersect

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Prioritize top cloud native identity risks

RBAC and Cloud IAM are often viewed as separate, large lists of misconfigurations, with little context or prioritization based on their association to other risks on the same workload.  KSOC connects RBAC and Cloud IAM issues to other cloud and Kubernetes misconfigurations, network issues, runtime alerts and image CVEs for a clear understanding of priority and impact.

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Enforce guardrails in the shared service model

Implementation of a zero trust model requires a successful partnership with engineering, enforcing guardrails that limit the proliferation of risky over permissions in the shared service model. KSOC provides Kubernetes-native guardrails and remediation guidance down to the manifest code, encouraging effective understanding and collaboration with engineering.

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The Kubernetes Security Operations Center (KSOC)  detects anomalies in cloud native identity using AI, prioritizing top over permissions with broad context, so you know where and how to enforce least privilege access using Kubernetes native guardrails and remediation guidance

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Zero Trust across Kubernetes and the Cloud

Start with RBAC permissions granted versus actual usage

Green Arrow   Use AI to understand actual activity across your audit logs

Prioritize over permissions by their relationships to other risks 

Blue Arrow  Threat vectors show the top risk across a broad set of Kubernetes components

View attack paths from cloud IAM to Kubernetes RBAC

Purple Arrow  Highlight where RBAC can be over permissioned based on its connection to cloud IAM

Apply least privilege access with admission control and follow remediation guidance for effective guardrails

light purple arrow Set policy from the cluster and remediate with guidance in the manifest code

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