Kubernetes Security Audit
Security Audit of your Kubernetes managed containerized applications
What is Kubernetes?
It is a system to efficiently manage Docker-based containerized applications across virtual machines (VMs). It facilitates an organization to get the most from the containers to build cloud-native applications with an efficient model for the development. The open-source container carries the manual processes of deploying and scaling.
Industry’s most skilled tech team has brain-powered this open-source project. It is enriched by many built-in security features, which makes it tough for the attacker to compromise the data. With effective security policies, it is extensively used to manage the process in-between VMs and containerized cloud applications.
Why do you need the Kubernetes Security Audit?
With the extensive adaptation of the Kubernetes, it is also essential to maintain its security to avoid data breaches. While maintaining the security of Kubernetes, below are the challenges that occur:
With the usage of numerous containers, the formulation of a security blind spot increases the attack surfaces.
Often, you can’t guarantee that the images are pulled only from the whitelist image registries.
If a container faces a breach, there is always the risk of compromise to other containers that are in conversation with the breached container.
Least Secure Setting
Kubernetes helps to speed up application development but doesn’t detach the components to hold their conversation and make them secure.
The model also acquaints hurdles in complying with internal policies, best practices, and external policy frameworks.
Compromised containers always come up with known and new runtime security challenges through malicious processes.