Mitigating Risks Through the Container Development Process

Discover how ThreatKey's integrated approach to container security provides comprehensive visibility, prioritizes critical risks, and ensures robust protection across containers, Kubernetes, and cloud environments.
TL;DR - ThreatKey's advanced capabilities integrate deep cloud context with container security, addressing the limitations of traditional solutions that often lack comprehensive visibility. ThreatKey provides a holistic assessment of risk factors, such as vulnerabilities and exposed secrets, to prioritize critical threats. Our platform ensures consistent security practices from build to production, prevents misconfigurations, and offers seamless monitoring and response to malicious activities. This unified approach delivers full visibility and robust protection across containers, Kubernetes, and cloud environments without the need for agents.

In the evolving landscape of cloud-native applications, containerized environments are revolutionizing how organizations develop and deploy software. However, with these advancements come new challenges in securing these environments effectively. At ThreatKey, we understand the importance of integrating deep cloud context with container security to rapidly identify, prioritize, and mitigate risks across containers, Kubernetes, and cloud infrastructures.

Addressing the Gaps in Traditional Container Security

Traditional container security solutions often fall short because they lack comprehensive context. They may focus narrowly on clusters without considering the broader cloud infrastructure or limit themselves to vulnerability scanning. This fragmented approach leaves organizations exposed to complex attack paths that cross container, orchestration, and cloud boundaries. Furthermore, these solutions are often isolated from the broader security stack, leading to disjointed efforts and missed priorities.

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Enhancing Container Security with Deep Cloud Context

Our advanced capabilities extend the power of ThreatKey's unified security platform, enabling security and development teams to proactively reduce attack surfaces from build time to runtime. Here's how we empower our customers:

Building Security Guardrails

ThreatKey's admission controller integrates with Kubernetes clusters to block misconfigurations during deployment. This unified policy framework ensures consistent security practices from build to production.

Detecting Critical Risks

ThreatKey combines data from cloud APIs, Kubernetes APIs, and container hosts to assess risk factors comprehensively. We identify vulnerabilities in container images, exposed secrets, and overly permissive identities to highlight the most critical threats.

Monitoring Malicious Activity

We integrate seamlessly with AWS GuardDuty and GCP Security Command Center to prioritize findings, providing full context through our security platform. This enables swift detection and response to malicious activities within Kubernetes clusters.

Automating Security Posture Management

ThreatKey continuously scans and assesses Kubernetes clusters, identifying misconfigurations and providing remediation steps based on built-in and custom policies, all without the need for agents.

Achieving Full Visibility Across Container Instances

With the variety of ways containers are run in cloud environments—managed services like Amazon EKS and ECS, self-managed Kubernetes, serverless containers, and standalone containers on virtual machines—security teams often struggle to gain full visibility and understand the associated risks. ThreatKey's agentless, comprehensive approach ensures visibility across decentralized environments, allowing development, DevOps, and security teams to maintain secure and agile operations.

Unified Security Strategy for Containers and Cloud

The era of siloed container security is over. A unified strategy and set of tools are essential for comprehensive container and cloud security. ThreatKey provides centralized visibility and security without agents, enabling teams to assess and prioritize risks holistically across their entire cloud environment.

FAQs

What makes ThreatKey's container security approach different?
ThreatKey integrates deep cloud context, providing comprehensive visibility and prioritization of risks across containers, Kubernetes, and cloud environments without relying on agents.
How does ThreatKey identify and prioritize risks in containerized environments?
We combine data from cloud APIs, Kubernetes APIs, and container hosts to assess risk factors such as internet-facing containers, vulnerabilities, and exposed secrets, enabling us to highlight and prioritize the most critical threats.
Can ThreatKey's solutions prevent misconfigurations during deployment?
Yes, our admission controller integrates with Kubernetes clusters to block misconfigurations based on a unified policy framework, ensuring consistent security practices from build to production.
How does ThreatKey help in monitoring and responding to malicious activities?
ThreatKey integrates with AWS GuardDuty and GCP Security Command Center to prioritize findings, providing full context and enabling swift detection and response to malicious activities within Kubernetes clusters.

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