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Securing Docker

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Learn
  • Find out how to secure your Docker hosts and nodes
  • Secure your Docker components
  • Explore different security measures/methods for Linux kernels
  • Install and run the Docker Bench security application
  • Monitor and report security issues
  • Familiarize yourself with third-party tools such as Traffic Authorization, Summon, sVirt, and SELinux to secure your Docker environment
About

With the rising integration and adoption of Docker containers, there is a growing need to ensure their security.

The purpose of this book is to provide techniques and enhance your skills to secure Docker containers easily and efficiently. The book starts by sharing the techniques to configure Docker components securely and explore the different security measures/methods one can use to secure the kernel.

Furthermore, we will cover the best practices to report Docker security findings and will show you how you can safely report any security findings you come across. Toward the end, we list the internal and third-party tools that can help you immunize your Docker environment.

By the end of this book, you will have a complete understanding of Docker security so you are able to protect your container-based applications.

Features
  • Gain confidence in using Docker for containerization without compromising on security
  • This book covers different techniques to help you develop your container security skills
  • It is loaded with practical examples and real-world scenarios to secure your container-based applications
Page Count 126
Course Length 3 hours 46 minutes
ISBN9781785888854
Date Of Publication 29 Mar 2016

Authors

Scott Gallagher

Scott Gallagher has been fascinated with technology since he played Oregon Trail in elementary school. His love for it continued through middle school as he worked on more Apple IIe computers. In high school, he learned how to build computers and program in BASIC. His college years were all about server technologies such as Novell, Microsoft, and Red Hat. After college, he continued to work on Novell, all the while maintaining an interest in all technologies. He then moved on to manage Microsoft environments and, eventually, what he was most passionate about Linux environments. Now, his focus is on Docker and cloud environments.