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Security & Identity Management

Cloud-native applications can be both easier and more difficult to secure than traditional applications. On the downside, you need to secure more smaller applications and dedicate more energy to build out the security infrastructure. On the flip side, smaller services, each with their own data store, limit the scope of an attack.

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Threat detection with Azure Defender for Kubernetes

Azure Defender for Kubernetes and Azure Defender for Web Apps are available solutions within the Azure Security Center. Today we will focus on Kubernetes. First, we will explain how you can reach a complete on-premises and multicloud threat…

Secrets management: essential when using Kubernetes

In Kubernetes secrets contain all kinds of sensitive information. For instance, database credentials or API keys. The term secrets management describes the centralised and secured management of these secrets. Sebastiaan Kok, Innovation Engineer…

Zero Trust in a Cloud-native era

With the cloud your perimeters are endless and with the click of a button can be extended with the addition of a new application, device or collaboration. So how do we keep our borders protected when the borders keep expanding? With Zero Trust!…