White Paper

Securing Developer Workstations with Docker


Docker Business helps organizations build modern applications at scale without compromising security and compliance.

Cyber attacks are continuing to rise with no indication of slowing down. Software supply chain attacks increased by 650% from 2020 to 2021, and in 2021 the average cost of a US breach exceeded $9.4M.

On top of this, attackers are evolving their methods to attack earlier in the development cycle. In 2021, 80% of breaches were due to human error and 20% of those involved attacks on desktops and laptops. Once an attacker gains access to a company’s network, they can live there for a significant amount of time, stealing company intellectual property, customer information, and other corporate secrets or wreaking other kinds of havoc.

Docker secures developer workstations without impacting developer productivity, velocity, and experience. Read this whitepaper to learn how to leverage Docker and protect your development against:

  • Malware Attacks
  • Supply Chain Attacks
  • Local Admin Rights
  • Misconfigurations
  • Insider Threats
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