OpenShift Commons Briefing #113: Security and Forensics Best Practices for OpenShift with Knox Anderson (Sysdig)
January 16, 2018 | by
OpenShift Commons Briefing Summary
In this briefing, Sysdig’s Knox Andersen walked us through security and forensic best practices for OpenShift and containers. We learned about how to simplify and strengthen an organization's security posture by combining deep kernel-level container visibility with metadata from an OpenShift deployment to define your security policies. SysDig’s Knox Anderson also covered how the security landscape is changing, the architecture of Sysdig Secure, and even covered a live security instrumentation of a containerized environment.
During the live demo, Knox walked through what Sysdig Secure functionality does to:
– Implement application and OpenShift-aware policies. – Block incoming attacks and container break-ins. – Audit executed commands. – OpenShift forensics: Pre and post-attack investigation. – Unify monitoring & security workflows.
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