Containers have taken IT by storm. They increase delivery speed and stability. To secure them you just run a scanner, right? Perhaps…
Metal detectors cannot detect plastic explosives. Similarly, many container scanners (e.g., Quay, Docker Hub, and even Snyk) are unable to detect the most vulnerable libraries inside Docker containers or Kubernetes clusters.
Do you want to know what your container scanner might be missing?
CTO at MergeBase
Vulnerability Scanning Implementor
CEO at Manicode
Contributor to the OWASP Top Ten
Stay on top of the real risk of open source at any time.
Avoid false positives and get sophisticated upgrade guidance based on risk, compatibility and popularity.More on Continuous Protection
Detect and defend against known-vulnerabilities at runtime. The only SCA to do so.
The quickest way to respond to an imminent threat like log4j with CVE-2021-44228.More on Run-time Protection
CodeGreen is an early-warning defence for your in-house development and integrates directly into GitHub and BitBucketMore on BitBucket and Github apps