Link: Aqua Extends Container Security Platform to Kubernetes, Cloud Services

“With Aqua 3.0, users can create fine-grained user access control roles and policies. Access to kubectl commands can be specified to particular users, and governed by Aqua’s scalable labeling format. The Kubernetes controls also provides the ability to block unapproved images from running across entire cluster, as well as the ability to control network traffic based on Kubernetes namespaces, clusters or deployments.”

Plus, some policy drift report making. Done with a sidecar.
Original source: Aqua Extends Container Security Platform to Kubernetes, Cloud Services

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