OpenShift Commons Briefing #100: Adaptive Threat Protection for Large-Scale OpenShift Environments with Wei Lien Dang (StackRox)
October 13, 2017 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
The OpenShift platform is enabling enterprise organizations to take advantage of container technologies such as Docker and Kubernetes to build, deploy, and run applications with unprecedented agility, scale, and speed. But containers also create highly dynamic, distributed, fast-moving attack surfaces that create new challenges for security teams.
In this briefing, Wei Lien Dang, VP of Product at StackRox, covers the following topics:
– How containers and microservices change the threat landscape. – Examples of container attack vectors. – Best practices for monitoring, detecting, and mitigating threats to containers. – How StackRox complements security measures available in OpenShift. – How Global 2000 enterprises are using OpenShift and StackRox together.
In this briefing, Wei provides an excellent overview of the StackRox platform and how it integrates with OpenShift environments to ensure comprehensive security across the entire container lifecycle.
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