May 1, 2018
11 AM ET
One of the benefits of using containers, especially in microservices-based applications, is they make it easier to secure applications via runtime immutability—or never-changing—and applying least-privilege principles that limit what a container can do.
With immutability, every attempt to change the runtime environment is interpreted as an anomaly. And, thanks to containers’ simplicity, it is easier to predict their behavior in the application context and create a tight security envelope, allowing them to perform only their required function and preventing behaviors outside that scope.
In this webinar, Tsvi Korren, Chief Solutions Architect at Aqua Security, will explain and demonstrate how an approach that enforces immutability and least privilege can secure applications in an active container environment.
Tsvi Korren, Chief Solutions Architect at Aqua Security