NEW KUBERNETES SECURITY GUIDE:

How can your business go up if your security is down?

Learn how to protect Kubernetes using policy-as-code.

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Myth: Kubernetes is secure by default.

Reality: A recent survey reported that 93% of respondents experienced one or more security incidents in their Kubernetes environments, with one-third saying they lost revenue or customers.

 

Kubernetes requires platform engineering teams to manage complex configurations for security and compliance. In this new guide, you’ll learn how policy-as-code helps teams avoid these headaches and safely accelerate software supply chains.

 

You’ll learn:

  • Why Kubernetes requires policy management
  • How to apply policies to mitigate software supply chain risks, malicious threat actors, and other security concerns
  • How to leverage policies for operational efficiencies and cost management
  • How to implement policy-as-code with Nirmata by Kyverno
  • Tips to get started fast
  • And much more
Get your free Kubernetes security guide now:

What can Nirmata do for you?

With today’s increasing cloud security threats, simply detecting intrusions is no longer enough – the damage may already be done. That’s why Nirmata doesn’t just detect threats, it prevents them by eliminating security and compliance misconfigurations across Kubernetes clusters, CI/CD pipelines, and cloud services.

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Policy-Driven Security

Enforce Kubernetes best practices using policy-as-code to ensure cloud-native applications and infrastructure are free from misconfigurations.

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Continuous Compliance

Deploy security policies into DevOps pipelines to ensure that applications and infrastructure maintain compliance throughout their life cycles.

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Enhanced Insights

Integrate DevOps tools such as Git, Slack, and Jira to promote continuous compliance, early issue spotting, and cleaner production environments.

Want to fast-track security and compliance in your Kubernetes environment?

Want to fast-track security and compliance in your Kubernetes environment?