Kubernetes WAF

Radware Unveils WAF for Kubernetes

Radware this week launched Kubernetes Web Application Firewall (WAF), which makes use of machine learning algorithms and a lightweight agent running on each Kubernetes pod to enforce manually configured or behavior-based cybersecurity ...
StackRox

StackRox Extends Kubernetes Security Platform Reach

StackRox today unveiled an update to its StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform that, in addition to adding support for additional container operating systems and image registries, now provides integration with security information event ...
Kubernetes update

Kubernetes 1.16 Update Tackles Stability and Scale

The Technical Oversight Committee (TOC) overseeing the developer of Kubernetes today made available an update that provides a stable set of application programming interfaces (APIs) on which to build extensions to the ...
Rafay

Sylabs Delivers Singularity Enterprise

Sylabs this week made generally available Singularity Enterprise, which combines a set of DevOps and security services with an open source Singularity container engine optimized for high-performance applications involving large amounts of ...
API firewall

42Crunch Brings API Firewall to Kubernetes

42Crunch this week announced at the RSA Asia Pacific and Japan 2019 conference that it has extended its namesake firewall for application programming interfaces (APIs) to Kubernetes. Dimitri Sotnikov, vice president of ...
Styra Shifts Kubernetes Policy Management Left

Styra Shifts Kubernetes Policy Management Left

At the KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2019 conference this week, Styra announced it has extended the policy management engine it created for Kubernetes clusters to provide additional integrations and controls intended to ...
Turbonomic

Trend Micro Extends Container Security Reach

Trend Micro is extending the reach of its container security offerings to now address the full range of the DevSecOps life cycle. The latest updates to Trend Micro Deep Security add the ...
Applying DevSecOps to Container Security Headaches

Applying DevSecOps to Container Security Headaches

Container security is and will remain an important discussion for organizations, even those on the path to serverless Container architecture is on the rise, with revenues from the application container market predicted ...
Container Security is Dead

Container Security is Dead (At Least, As You Probably Know It)

The container realm requires new thinking about security. Legacy tools that enterprises try to bring forward to secure their new container environments simply are not up to the challenge. And worse yet, ...
encryption

HyTrust Adds Kubernetes Security for Free

HyTrust announced today it will deliver an update to security platform for virtual machines that adds support for both Kubernetes and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Previously, the HyTrust CloudControl only supported virtual ...
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