The biggest cloud security threat to containerized applications is security teams believing that simply issuing decrees to over-stressed developers (who rarely understand the intent or logic of those policies) will be effective. This approach hasn’t worked for bare-metal servers or virtual machines, and it is magical thinking to believe this approach will work for containers. Compounding the issue is that many security team members have never been active participants on agile development teams, so the cultural and experiential gap is wide. Application teams will pay lip service to these decrees, and a few items of the low-hanging fruit variety will be resolved, but usually the edicts will be acknowledged but largely unheeded.
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