Secure containers and Kubernetes at scale with Polymorphing

By | March 5, 2022

Containers have revolutionized application development by making it far easier for engineers and product teams to quickly develop software that’s more reliable and easier to scale, but these benefits have always come with a few worrying realities. It can be hard to know what’s inside a publicly available image and, though they’re handy, containers just aren’t patched and maintained at the same pace as VMs and bare-metal servers.

This whitepaper takes a closer look at the challenges of securing containers, particularly in large-scale Kubernetes use cases, where pod replication is easy and presents an inviting opportunity for hackers looking to use common exploits to compromise hundreds or thousands of instances. It explains the need for proactive security solutions that address the unique nature of containers, the build process, and an innovative approach to securing them that can enable you to take full advantage of the power of Kubernetes.