Although the idea of containers and their first implementations are not new for the IT industry and although there are many alternatives, the usability aspect was quite lacking, so it was not a popular option until the release of Kubernetes in 2014. IaC (Infrastructure as Code), similar to the idea of containers, is not that new but has only started to be used as the standard. One of the major factors that triggered the widespread use of IaC is that it forms the infrastructure of the container world.

The very recent widespread adoption and implementation of this container approach has brought with it security challenges as well as advantages. Since most of the security challenges are specific to the container world, new vulnerabilities are being identified and new approaches are being developed every day. Of course, as the transition of organizations to the container world has gained momentum in the last 5 years, it should be said that cybercriminals have been targeting container world even more. In short, we can say that what we see is still a trailer. Since legacy systems cannot meet the unique security requirements, container security software targeting this world offers important solutions.

Where does cloud security come into play?

As containerized application systems are built on DevOps and uses as much automation as possible, the move to cloud has become a one-click option. In addition, although the attack surface you have increases, it becomes increasingly difficult to view and follow the flow of processes. This is where granular access authorization, GRC, zero-trust, DR automation, threat detection and tracking threats become even more important.

Container Security

It is well known that a new understanding of security is required due containers and Kubernetes structure where they are orchestrated... Our expert team, which organizes your new security architecture according to the "4C's Cloud Native Security" approach, is with you on this transformation journey with its vast field experience.

We provide end-to-end services from Runtime Security, Vulnerability and Compliance, Incident Management, Kubernetes Audit mechanisms to the right setup of all the necessary points and making sure that they work properly, guaranteeing that the security of your next generation workloads is built and operated correctly.

Web Application and API Security (WAAS)

WAAS is a Web Application Firewall (WAF) designed for HTTP-based web applications. It secures web applications by analyzing and filtering traffic from applications and layer 7. You can secure not only north-south but also east-west traffic by sticking to containers on Kubernetes and container-based platforms on private or public cloud. WAAS solution offers API Protection, Access Control, File Upload Control, Detection of Unprotected Web Applications, Bot and DoS Protection along with WAF feature. You can also install it on your legacy *unix and Windows servers, expand your next generation WAF/WAAS solution's reach and prepare your organization for the zero trust model.