Integrating Security Into the DevSecOps Toolchain
According to Gartner, "As DevOps continues to gain popularity for rapid delivery and innovation of IT-enabled capabilities, concerns about security increase. Security and risk management leaders must adapt security tools, processes and policies to the DevOps toolchain without slowing the development and release process."
- Learn best practices for building out a DevSecOps capability.
- Adapt existing secure development life cycle tools into the DevOps process by “shifting them left” into small actionable steps that developers and I&O engineers can take quickly, and “shifting right” to automated tools and responses, such as in operations and security monitoring.
- Reduce vulnerabilities by integrating into defect tracking workflow and matching the pace of security bug fixes to the pace of development
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- Protect containers from DevOps to Run-Time
- Full lifecycle vulnerability management and compliance checks
- Implement 'security policy as code' to quickly deploy secure applications
- Protect east-west container traffic with the only cloud-native container firewall with Layer 7 deep packet inspection, DLP, and built-in threat detection
- Monitor running containers & hosts for violations, threats, break outs, and vulnerabilities
- Audit security settings of hosts, Docker daemon, and containers for internal and external compliance
What our customers say
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“NeuVector provides the network inspection, visualization, and security needed for dynamic container environments. The solution integrates easily into our automated workflow and the built-in intelligence let’s us scale quickly. It even helped us debug network connections from mis-configured application updates.”
“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.”