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Mitigate these 3 risks to container & IaC security

Given the proliferation of sophisticated cyberthreats, securing your organization’s cloud-native applications is no simple task. But you can bolster your defenses by augmenting your container and IaC (infrastructure as code) security.

To help you do so, this e-book highlights 3 prevalent risks to container and IaC security, including misconfigurations in IaC files, and explains how to mitigate those risks with a holistic approach to security.

Continue on to unlock these insights.

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    Today’s cybercriminals have your applications and software in their crosshairs. As a result, delivering secure code has never been more important.


    But what, exactly, are the common software vulnerabilities you need to know about? How do attackers exploit them? And what should you do to prevent a breach?


    This 31-page eBook answers all these questions and more, providing a roadmap to secure coding in practice. Topics covered inside include:


    • A brief history of hacking
    • 4 key pillars of secure coding
    • How to deliver safer code faster
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    Hardcoding secrets enables developers to seamlessly access or authenticate the services needed to build and deploy applications. But those secrets, if not stored securely, present a huge risk.

    This checklist presents 6 key criteria that you should use when evaluating a potential secrets-scanning solution, including:

    • Scans both application code and infrastructure as code files
    • Developer-Friendly Integrations
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