Today’s InfoSec teams are challenged to know which aspects of Kubernetes threat prevention they should focus on as a priority and how they should mitigate these threats. Without proper visibility into your Kubernetes infrastructure, you may face attacks that can leverage machine identity vulnerabilities that are currently not visible to security teams. These attacks can compromise internal development processes in order to issue rogue digital certificates and steal private keys to access Kubernetes clusters.
Read this white paper to learn how machine identity management can help you neutralize Kubernetes threats:
- Protect every public ingress endpoint across multiple Kubernetes clusters
- Stop rogue CAs operating within production infrastructure using self-signed certificates
- Prevent man-in-the-middle attacks from capturing private keys in a service mesh