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How Do You Secure a Docker Container? Secure the Kernel First.

By Bret Kinsella

 

 

CISOs and DevOps Take a Fresh Look at Docker Security

Docker containers have revolutionized DevOps. However, their rapid adoption has well outpaced security practices. Very few Docker installations have any security measures in place at all. Traditional VPS and network security practices don’t protect container environments. This means containers are at risk even though they are increasingly handling mission critical computing. There are two methods to securing containers. In today’s video interview, Atomicorp CTO Scott Shinn outlines the first step in Docker security is to harden the kernel.

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