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By: Glen Kosaka

February 1, 2023 12:54 pm

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Container Security: Zero Trust Runtime Security

Protect data in production   Traditional security practices focus on exceptions, blocklists, signatures, malware, and vulnerability scanning. These legacy approaches, while important to a layered security approach, focus efforts on being reactive which is becoming harder to scale. Zero-Trust is critical in moving to a proactive approach to security, where we can declare acceptable behavior […]

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By: Glen Kosaka

February 1, 2023 12:53 pm

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Kubernetes Security: Vulnerability Management 

Profile Risk with Vulnerability Management Throughout the Build, Ship, and Run Pipeline NeuVector scans for vulnerabilities during the entire continuous integration/continuous delivery (CI/CD) pipeline, from Build to Ship to Run. Use the Jenkins plug-in to scan during build, monitor images in registries and run automated tests for security compliance. Prevent deployment of vulnerable images with […]

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By: Glen Kosaka

February 1, 2023 12:52 pm

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Container Security: Network Visibility 

Network Inspection + Container Firewall for unmatched visibility You can’t secure what you can’t see. Deep network visibility is the most critical part of runtime container security. In traditional perimeter-based security, administrators deploy firewalls to quarantine or block attacks before they reach the workload. Inspecting container network traffic reveals how an application communicates […]

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By: Glen Kosaka

February 1, 2023 12:49 pm

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Container Security: Supply Chain Security

For organizations shifting left, security practices that keep pace with accelerated software development and deployment are critical. NeuVector is the only container security platform to enable Security as Code, the easiest way to streamline the incorporation of security policies into the development process. Eliminate tension between development and security. Speed the CI/CD pipeline. Bake security […]

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By: Glen Kosaka

February 1, 2023 12:48 pm

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Container Security: Compliance with NeuVector by SUSE

Compliance is top-of-mind for most organizations. Maintaining compliance in container environments is a new challenge that requires special consideration. NeuVector can help you navigate the maze of compliance regulations and ensure that you meet or exceed expectations for common standards like PCI-DSS, HIPAA, and GDPR. The NeuVector Solution The NeuVector Container Security Platform provides supply […]

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By: Glen Kosaka

February 1, 2023 12:48 pm

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Kubernetes Security: Container Segmentation

Essential for PCI compliance and many financial organizations, NeuVector’s container segmentation capability creates a virtual wall to keep personal and private information securely isolated on your network. Container segmentation, also called micro-segmentation or nano-segmentation, is often required because containers contain personal or private information about customers or employees or other critical business data. Without […]

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By: Glen Kosaka

May 17, 2022 7:58 am

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SUSE NeuVector 5.0 Delivers a Powerful Open Source Security Platform

I’m excited to announce the general availability of the SUSE NeuVector container security platform. This release makes a full lifecycle container security platform available to all enterprises and users worldwide through an Apache v2 licensed open source software model.    As container security continues to be a critical need for organizations building […]

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By: Fei Huang

May 17, 2022 7:55 am

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A Zero Trust, Open Source, Cloud Native Security Model

By now, you’ve probably heard about zero trust security. Zero trust is more than the latest tech marketing buzzword; it’s a practical approach to securing container environments. This model emerged as the application/service perimeter began to disappear as we evolved from physical devices to VMs, microservices and finally, distributed workloads in the cloud […]

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