Alcide

Alcide Applies Machine Learning to Kubernetes Security

Alcide today launched an early access program for a tool that leverages machine learning algorithms to analyze multi-cluster Kubernetes deployments for breaches, anomalous behavior and misuse in real-time. Company CTO Gadi Naor ...
container security

Top 10 Container and Kubernetes Security Questions to Ask Your Team

Container and Kubernetes security can be difficult. It can be daunting to try and monitor and protect a container ecosystem of hundreds or thousands of containers spread across a dynamic hybrid or ...
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 audit

CNCF Completes Kubernetes Cybersecurity Audit

The Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) this week announced the results of its recent audit performed as part of its ongoing commitment to continuously improve Kubernetes security. CNCF CTO Chris Aniszczyk says ...
Tigera

Building Secure Production-Ready Kubernetes Clusters and Containers, Part 2

The adoption of Kubernetes is growing rapidly as organizations reap the benefits of containers to construct advanced and scalable systems and applications. Building containerized, cloud-native infrastructure is a complex process, but it ...
Aqua Security Pivotal

Threat Stack Extends Cybersecurity Reach to Kubernetes

Threat Stack, a provider of a software-as-a-service (SaaS) application that makes use of agent software to discover potential cybersecurity threats, has extended the reach of its platform to include support for Kubernetes ...
Kubernetes Security with Aqua Security

DevOps Chat: Kubernetes Security with Aqua Security

It’s widely recognized that Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for container orchestration. Just look at all the technology companies that are supporting Kubernetes in one way or another. It’s pretty ...