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Mar 15, 2023   |  By Oshrat Nir Head of Product Marketing
Learn about Kubernetes compliance challenges, consequences of non-compliance, and get guidance on maintaining a secure and compliant cloud environment in a dynamic Kubernetes setup. Kubernetes is a leading open-source platform for automating containerized applications’ deployment, scaling, and management. With the growing adoption of cloud, hybrid, and multicloud environments, the topic of Kubernetes compliance has become increasingly pertinent.
Mar 9, 2023   |  By Craig Box VP Open-Source & Community
ARMO Platform has added the CIS EKS benchmark. Now, with Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (EKS) users can add this specific benchmark to the frameworks already available to them.
Mar 8, 2023   |  By Oshrat Nir
RBAC management is crucial to securing a Kubernetes cluster and ensuring compliance with regulations and industry standards. ARMO Platform includes an RBAC visualizer allowing administrators to see which privileges are assigned to any given user. Role-based access control—commonly known as RBAC—is the practice of assigning access to an organization’s resources whereby the level of access privilege depends upon an individual’s role in the organization.
Feb 22, 2023   |  By ARMO
Container adoption in enterprises continues to grow, and Kubernetes has become the de facto standard for deploying and operating containerized applications. At the same time, security is shifting left and should be addressed earlier in the software development lifecycle (SDLC). Security has morphed from being a static gateway at the end of the development process to something that (ideally) is embedded every step of the way. This can potentially increase the effort for engineering and DevOps teams.
Feb 7, 2023   |  By Oshrat Nir
We are happy to announce that ARMO Platform users can now utilize ChatGPT to quickly and easily create custom controls. ARMO is the first Kubernetes security company to offer this kind of integration. Read all about it 👇
Feb 2, 2023   |  By Ben Hirschberg
In this article, we examine the impact of a shared responsibility model on end-user security administration in managed Kubernetes environments. We also explore typical difficulties and effective methods for securing these environments.
Jan 17, 2023   |  By Alex Jones
The popular open-source platform Kubescape by ARMO has been recently announced as a fully managed operator called a Charm for Canonical’s Charmed Kubernetes distribution. This collaboration between Canonical and ARMO is exciting for the solution it enables for end users, ultimately resulting in hardened and more secure Kubernetes environments.
Jan 11, 2023   |  By Craig Box
Kubescape, an end-to-end open-source Kubernetes security platform, embarks on a new journey. Kubescape, created by ARMO, will fully migrate to the CNCF. This coincides with the launch of ARMO Platform, a hosted, managed security solution powered by Kubescape.
Jan 11, 2023   |  By Oshrat Nir
In August 2021 we launched Kubescape with a mission to make Kubernetes security open source, simple, and available for everyone, even non-security engineers. Since then we have been working on adding new capabilities to Kubescape, while building a strong community around it. The recent acceptance of Kubescape by the CNCF, as a sandbox project, is another important milestone for ARMO’s open-source journey with Kubescape.
Dec 21, 2022   |  By Ben Hirschberg
Security researchers at ARMO have found a high-severity vulnerability in the Kyverno admission controller container image signature verification mechanism. The vulnerability enables an attacker who is either running a malicious container image registry or is able to act as a proxy between the registry and Kyverno, to inject unsigned images into the protected cluster, bypassing the image verification policy. The vulnerability was introduced in version 1.8.3 and was fixed in version 1.8.5.
Dec 2, 2019   |  By ITProTV
With the short week for the Thanksgiving holiday in the US, the Technado team decided to have a little fun by looking back at some of the dumbest tech headlines from 2019. Romanian witches online, flat-earthers, and fake food for virtual dogs - what a time to be alive. Then, Shauli Rozen joined all the way from Israel to talk about a zero-trust environment in DevOps. IT skills & certification training that’s effective & engaging. Binge-worthy learning for IT teams & individuals with 4000+ hours of on-demand video courses led by top-rated trainers. New content added daily.

ARMO closes the gap between development and security, giving development, DevOps, and DevSecOps the flexibility and ease to ensure high grade security and data protection no matter the environment – cloud native, hybrid, or legacy.

ARMO is driving a paradigm shift in the way companies protect their cloud native and hybrid environments. We help companies move from a “close-the-hole-in-the-bucket” model, installing firewalls, defining access control lists, etc. to a streamlined DevOps- and DevSecOps led model in which environments are deployed with inherent zero-trust.

Security at the Speed of DevOps:

  • Runtime workload identity and protection: Identifies workloads based on application code analysis, creating cryptographic signatures based on Code DNA to prevent unauthorized code from running in the environment to access and exfiltrate protected data. The patent-pending technology signs and validates workloads in runtime throughout the entire workload lifecycle.
  • Transparent data encryption: Transparent data encryption – keyless encryption – robustly and uniformly encrypts and protects files, objects, and properties, requiring no application changes, service downtime, or impact on functionality. It eases the adoption of encryption by removing the complexity of key management and providing an out-of-the-box solution for key protection in use, key rotations, and disaster recover procedures.
  • Identity-based communication tunneling: Transparent communication tunneling ensures only authorized and validated applications and services can communicate. Even if attackers steal valid access credentials, they are useless because the malicious code will be unsigned. Create API access polices to build identity-based policies and enforce correct workload behaviors.
  • Application-specific secret protection: Application-specific protection of secrets ensures cryptographic binding between continuously validated specific workload identities and their confidential data, delivering complete protection against access by unauthorized applications.
  • Visibility & compliance: Visibility and compliance monitoring provide granular details about workloads and running environments, including individual processes, file names and locations, open listening ports, actual connections, mapped volumes, opened files, process privilege levels, connections to external services, and more. Alerts can be used for continuous compliance verification.

Bringing Together Run-Time Workload And Data Protection To Seamlessly Establish Identity Based, Zero-Trust Service-To-Service Control Planes.