Zero Trust Security Guide

Zero Trust means “never trust, always verify.” Discover the practical application of Zero Trust for containerized environments and find out how to get started with Zero Trust.

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SUSE NeuVector

Top Assumptions About Container Security

To secure your containerized deployments, you need to look beyond assumptions. Then see how SUSE NeuVector delivers what others don’t:  Zero Trust protection for your network, process and file access.

  • Automated security policies
  • Deep packet inspection
  • Data loss prevention (DLP)
  • Web application firewall (WAF)
  • Layer 7 firewall protection
  • Allow-listing/deny-listing
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Zero Trust

The New Security Model for Cloud Native

Why is everyone talking about Zero Trust? Learn why traditional security models are failing, how Zero Trust’s implicit approach is better for containers and why a Zero Trust approach is important as public, private and hybrid clouds allow applications and infrastructure to be deployed anywhere.

Secure your containers

Ultimate Guide to Kubernetes Security

This guide will help security teams understand the attack surface for Kubernetes deployments and how attackers can exploit vulnerabilities. See how to get protection from pipeline to production. Plus: a checklist for securing your infrastructure and application containers in a Kubernetes deployment.


If someone does compromise a pod, and performs a zero-day exploit, there’s nothing at that point to prevent someone from moving from a front-end pod to the database pod. With NeuVector, we can now look at traffic flows and create more granular enforcement for pod-to-pod traffic. I recommend that you take a serious look at what’s running inside your network.