Leading container security for DevOps
Security that helps you to be nimble and deliver innovation in time
Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security enables a DevSecOps approach, providing both run-time development infrastructure protection and a “security as code” service for CI/CD pipeline integration. It bridges the gap between development and information security specialists thanks to a powerful management console, broad platform support, integration interfaces and the ideal efficacy/performance ratio. It secures Docker platform to prevent attackers from using a malicious container layer as a gateway into the organization’s infrastructure, and provides IT and IT security administrators with security control, visibility and risk management tools, while automation and pipeline building help DevOps run On-Demand security scans, maintain clean corporate repositories and sanitize entities pulled from public repos.
Kaspersky Hybrid Cloud Security natively integrates with the most popular operating systems, containerization and virtualization platforms, local and global IaaS providers.
Local and remote repository scanning prevents attacks on the most sensitive assets through a poisoned supply chain
Scripting and programming interfaces enable security checks on demand, augmenting CI/CD pipelines and enabling a DevSecOps approach.
Professional help is available whenever you need it. Operating in more than 200 countries, from 34 offices worldwide, we have you covered 24/7/365. Take advantage of our Premium support packages, or call on our Professional Services to ensure that you derive maximum benefit from your Kaspersky security installation.
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DevOps work under constant pressure - for speed, pressure for accuracy, pressure for innovation. There are a lot of moving parts, and security requirements may look like a critical friction element endangering the results that DevOps work towards. But keeping security away from your critical processes is not a good solution.
Inadequate security negatively impacts key DevOps metrics, such as Deployment Frequency, Availability or Mean-Time-To-Detection, and hurts your business.
A lack of security in the key control points of the DevOps cycle can compromise your infrastructure – and your product – and impact your business’s image and relationships with partners and customers.
Supply chain is a critical dependency for DevOps. Without proper sanitization and control, malicious images may be pulled even from official repositories and remain undetected for months.
A lack of integration interfaces leads to fragmented automation, manual work, overcomplicated processes and may eventually result in lost time and security incidents being overlooked.