Amir Jerbi, CTO of container security company Aqua Security, said MSSPs are a at a level of maturity that is often as good as or better than in-house security.
This month our Container & DevSecOps Digest features stories from DockerCon Austin, which was the biggest Docker event to date with over 5,000 attendees. At RedHat we heard about a new service called OpenShift.io, an online development environment dedicated to containers only; and in Australia container adoption is steadily increasing so for the very first time, a conference dedicated to container technology will take plance in Sydney (and we even have a special price for you!).
If an enterprise lets a third party onto their network, regardless of the reason, that third party then becomes an integral part of their security perimeter, notes Amir Jerbi, CTO of container security company Aqua Security. “Organizations should therefore vet third parties for their security measures and practices and ensure they are aligned with their own, and furthermore, periodically check and test those practices to verify they are still in compliance. These checks may (and should) cover systems, process and people.”