John Osborne, chief OpenShift architect for public sector at Red Hat, wrote in an article that adopting cloud-native security platforms could help agency developers secure the development of containerized applications. Osborne said the open source community is creating and introducing new tools that could provide visibility into containerized applications, “perform deep scans to detect trojans, viruses and malware contained within the images” and improve runtime security through the identification of possible behavior changes and anomalies.
In-Q-Tel has made a strategic investment in StackRox to help the Mountain View, Calif.-based technology firm further develop a software platform designed to protect containerized applications from cyber threat actors. StackRox said Wednesday its Container Security Platform works to thwart malicious activities and ensure compliance of the container environment with security policies through the integration of […] More
IBM and Red Hat have agreed to expand their partnership to help clients speed up the adoption of hybrid cloud platforms. The companies will work to help clients develop and deploy containerized applications to the hybrid cloud through the use of IBM Cloud Private platform and Red Hat OpenShift container offering, IBM said Tuesday. IBM […] More