Evolving Wireless and Wireline Networks

SAN-NT: Networks

Simple, Secure and Scalable (SSS)

SAN-FB: Fibre

Automation. Optimization. Security.

SAN-MS: Managed Services

At SAN – It All Starts with Basics

SAN-TS: Training Services

Secure and Scalable

SAN-DC: Data Centres

5Ds = Discover > Define > Design > Develop > Deploy

SAN-SS: Software Solutions

Where Objectivity Speaks for Itself

SAN-DS: Data Solutions

Security and Reliability with Trust

SAN-SM: Security Management

Values – Diversity, Trust & Human Excellence

SAN-PL: People

Managed Container security

Securing the entire container stack

The process of securing containers is continuous. It should be integrated into your development process, automated to remove the number of manual touch points, and extended into the maintenance and operation of the underlying infrastructure. This means protecting your build pipeline container images and runtime host, platform, and application layers. Implementing security as part of the continuous delivery life cycle means your business will mitigate risk and reduce vulnerabilities across an ever-growing attack surface.

Container security is the protection of the integrity of containers. This includes everything from the applications they hold to the infrastructure they rely on. Container security needs to be integrated and continuous. In general, continuous container security for the enterprise is about:

  • Container Pipeline Security

  • Container Deployment Security

  • Integration with enterprise security tools

Containerized environments have many more layers of abstraction that require specialized tools to interpret, monitor, and protect these new applications. In a production container environment, you have a number of different layers to secure. In addition to the host OS and the container runtime, you have an orchestrator, a container registry, images, and most likely several different micro services within your application. Finally, containerized applications add complexity by redefining the old notion of protecting a single “perimeter”, requiring new approaches for securing the network layer.

When securing containers, the main concerns are:

  • The security of the container host
  • Container network traffic
  • The security of your application within the container
  • Malicious behaviour within your application
  • Securing your container management stack
  • The foundation layers of your application
  • The integrity of the build pipeline

Client Benefits

  • Less to no employee overhead with efficient and productive outcomes
  • Expert response to threats and health issues
  • Satisfy compliance regulations by generating customized reports
  • Performance, availability and policy management

By building security into the container pipeline and defending your infrastructure, you can make sure your containers are reliable, scalable, and trusted. Get expert perspectives on security throughout the container application stack and life cycle with the Sanguine expert team.