In spite of the fact that containers empower more noteworthy speed, portability, and the capacity to exploit microservices models, they can likewise make security vulnerable sides and increment your attack surface. As more containers are deployed, keeping up sufficient visibility into your cloud infrastructure turns out to be more troublesome.
Distributed idea of containerized applications makes it hard to rapidly explore which
containers may have weaknesses, might be misconfigured, or represent the most serious dangers to your association.
Freely talking, every one of these security issues relates to a container lifecycle stage. You ought to remediate known weaknesses during the form stage, misconfigurations during the build/deploy stage, and respond to threats at runtime.
In this witty session (fingers crossed), I will walk through a portion of the security risks and challenges you are probably going to experience when using Kubernetes, particularly in production and at scale. I will likewise give a rundown of best practices and useful proposals to help you secure cloud-native infrastructure and applications based on my industry experience so far. I will also share common tools both open source & license in market in container security space.