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Kubernetes Threat Vectors: Part 1 - Initial Access

Oct 21, 2020 8:06:13 AM / by Alon Berger posted in cloud security, kubernetes, Kubernetes security, cloud

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Kubernetes keeps transforming the way we think about modern application architecture, as it keeps its status as the flagship orchestrator for containerized workloads and services.

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Cloud Native Security for Kubernetes In Practice

Oct 15, 2020 9:54:28 AM / by Alon Berger posted in cloud security, kubernetes, Kubernetes security

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The month of October is well recognized as the National Cyber Security Awareness Month.
Here at Alcide, we leverage the hype around Cyber Security and share our take on how to protect your Cyberspace, specifically with Kubernetes.

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Extend Hybrid-Cloud Efficiency With AWS Outposts and Alcide

Sep 21, 2020 9:06:47 AM / by Alon Berger posted in AWS, hybrid cloud, cloud security, Kubernetes security

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Whether you are on the cloud or still need to run your applications and workloads on-premise, Amazon Web Services (AWS) continues to innovate when it comes to supporting its devoted customers in any environment.

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Kubernetes Security for AWS Bottlerocket Applications

Sep 8, 2020 6:23:55 AM / by Alon Berger posted in AWS, devsecops, cloud security, kubernetes, devops, network security, Kubernetes security, bottlerocket, linux

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Whitelisting Processes on Kubernetes Pods Using AppArmor (Part 1)

Aug 12, 2020 7:01:37 AM / by Natan Yellin posted in devsecops, cloud security, network security, Kubernetes security

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Mitigate Attack Vectors with Alcide Kubernetes Security Platform

May 27, 2020 8:07:50 AM / by Rachel Cheyfitz posted in cloud security, security services, kubernetes, devops, alcide advisor, network security, Kubernetes security, Advisor, Runtime, SaaS

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Last month, the Microsoft Azure Security Center published a fully detailed Threat Matrix for Kubernetes. This article identifies attack vectors unique to a Kubernetes environment. This important contribution is derived from the more generalized MITRE ATT&CK® framework that offers a complex matrix of common attack vectors.

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Kubernetes-as-a-Service: EKS vs. AKS vs. GKE

May 4, 2020 7:39:14 AM / by Alon Berger posted in EKS, AWS, hybrid cloud, devsecops, cloud security, security services, containers, devops, Kubernetes security, aks, GKE

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Kubernetes Orphaned Resources

Nov 13, 2019 8:16:37 AM / by Guy Moyal posted in cloud security, kubernetes, devops, alcide advisor, Kubernetes security, Advisor

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The Kubernetes container-orchestration system provides a platform for automating deployments
and operations of application containers across clusters of hosts by defining resources as
manageable Objects. Some of these resources can be managed by other resources automatically
while others can be referenced through metadata fields within the object.

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IAM Role Pod Delegation Checks on AWS Kubernetes Clusters

Sep 16, 2019 9:27:49 AM / by Guest Writer: Twain Taylor posted in AWS, cloud security, kubernetes, microservices, devops, IAM Role

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You can never be too safe when it comes to securing your applications. It’s essential that security is a part of the application framework and not just a protective outer layer. Enterprises are swiftly adopting the microservices architecture because of its numerous benefits. However, security still remains a concern. Kubernetes has emerged as the de-facto container orchestration tool. And, on its own, Kubernetes seems to be decent for managing secrets.
 
**Since we published this blog, AWS Fine-Grained IAM Roles for Service Accounts - read about it here. **

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The New Cloud-Native Security Paradigm- Exciting times for me to join Alcide!

Aug 26, 2019 8:41:22 AM / by Amir Ofek posted in cloud security, kubernetes, microservices, devops

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I am a big believer in Jeff Bezos’s Day 1 philosophy. So when the opportunity came for me to drive Day 1 yet again, I could not resist.

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