Learn the most common Kubernetes security pitfalls to avoid.
Figure out how to identify and handle risks in your clusters and workloads.
Prevent the deployment of unsafe and non-compliant workloads
According to the Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s annual survey, Kubernetes use in production has increased to 83%, up from 78% the year before.
This suggests that Kubernetes has become a lynchpin for the majority of container deployments, however, by default, Kubernetes is far from secure. Many default settings leave sensitive resources far too accessible, or even downright vulnerable to attack.