Given that many companies are still wrapping their arms around the potential of container technology and how to best leverage it, there is still a lot of experimentation with containers.
Developers are working in their own sandboxes, setting them up on their laptops and then putting them into production. The issue, though, is that if containers are done without security measures in mind, you may not have the agility you want with the right controls.
As a result, unknown content can end up in containers, even with today’s growing marketing container tools. Kristen Newcomer, security strategist at RedHat, says before putting containers into production, you need to ask, “What’s the right process to manage this? How do I make sure things are controlled and managed as I would any other application?”
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