As enterprises race to adopt the hybrid cloud, they should consider cloud computing security first to ensure that advantages don't outweigh risks.
Application containers can reduce costs and streamline software development, but they also increase the attack surface, necessitating strict adherence to container security best practices.
Containerization empowers businesses to move apps across different platforms and environments. Here's why security best practices need to evolve.
As cloud-native applications become faster and more flexible, the security solutions that protect these applications must take on the same characteristics.
IBM added Docker containerization technology to its QRadar SIEM platform to provide the agility, stability and robustness needed to fight evolving threats.
Microservices offer speed and flexibility for applications, but they also expose users and developers to a larger attack surface.
Containerization tools such as Docker or Rocket can be advantageous for managing programs, but they may require new IT governance practices.