Jenny Fong

Two weeks ago we shared how the upcoming release of Docker Enterprise Edition (Docker EE) is able to secure the software supply chain for Kubernetes; just as it does for Docker Swarm through a combination of scanning for vulnerabilities and implementing image promotion policies. In this blog, we’ll take a closer look at another part of this solution – Docker Content Trust and image signing. When combined with granular Role Based Access Controls [RBAC] and the secure clustering features of Docker EE, organizations get a secure container platform solution that is ready for the enterprise. Restricting Unverified Kubernetes Content As discussed in Part 1 of…

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Docker Security Team

At Docker we have spent a lot of time discussing runtime security and isolation as a core part of the container architecture. However that is just one aspect of the total software pipeline. Instead of a one time flag or setting, we need to approach security as something that occurs at every stage of the application lifecycle. Organizations must apply security as a core part of the software supply chain where people, code and infrastructure are constantly moving, changing and interacting with each other. If you consider a physical product like a phone, it’s not enough to think about the security…

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Diogo Mónica

Three months ago we launched Docker Content Trust, integrating the guarantees from The Update Framework (TUF) into Docker using Notary, an open source tool that provides trust over any content. Today we’re incredibly excited to announce the support of hardware based signing in notary and Docker experimental.

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