Just as virtualized operating systems revolutionized how we deploy IT infrastructure, virtualized applications in containers have the potential to revolutionize how we deploy web applications. But as with any new technology, rapid adoption can present new security risks and potentially leave your applications open to attack. You need to be able to assess all layers of your new application infrastructure and ensure that your customer and critical data isn’t put at risk.
From securing container images pre-deployment to scanning production applications using coding best practices, Rapid7 is uniquely positioned to help organizations build out a secure containerized application development program; our products and service offerings enable security teams and application developers to think about containers like attackers do.
InsightAppSec is powered by Gartner's top-rated dynamic application security testing technology and is uniquely capable of discovering security flaws in the modern web applications that containers are built for. InsightAppSec provides:
InsightVM provides direct visibility into the risk posed by container images in your environment, as well as the systems that host them, integrated within one solution at no additional cost. With InsightVM, you can:
To learn more, check out the Rapid7 blog, and if you'd like a preview of additional capabilities on the way, check back on this post.
InsightOps simplifies IT infrastructure monitoring and troubleshooting by centralizing data from containers, hosts, and applications within your network into one secure location. With InsightOps, you can:
Finally, while there are numerous benefits in containerization, securing containers are just a small piece of a healthy web application security strategy. Rapid7’s Consulting Services professionals have decades of experience building out application security programs and can help you create a long-term road map to ensure your business stays secure as it gets more efficient. Our penetration testers can also ensure that the security controls you’ve put in place to protect your new virtual infrastructure are working properly and keeping the bad guys out.