Container & Code Security

Container & Code Security


Securing workloads has multiple layers ranging from writing secure code to identifying vulnerabilities during runtime.

Introducing security gates, tools and processes in all layers will improve code and application quality.

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  • Cyber Security teams/departments
  • Central platform teams providing tools and services within an organization
  • Application development teams


  • Erase common code vulnerabilities
  • Create hardened immutable application artifacts (containers)
  • Implement security tools in development / release pipelines
  • Introduce code and vulnerability scanning
  • Avoid exposure to common application threats (e.g. OWASP)


  • Create awareness in the organization about DevSecOps during application development
  • Implement iterative processes, securing applications is not a one-off task
  • Improve application quality by introducing security gates
  • Saving time and costs by releasing only hardened workloads

Code Security

Implement tests to e.g. sanitize malicious input or to verify interaction between different application components.

Introduce proper dependency management to keep track of all used external components (e.g. via SBOMs).

Protect your applications against commonly known risks and threats, e.g. the OWASP Top 10.

Code Security

Harden your containers

Implement common container security measures (use verified base images, multi-layer build, run as non-root user etc.).

Make use of container vulnerability scanning to identify threats even after the container build.

Incorporate processes to identify risks during container runtime (e.g. executing privileged actions on host system).

Harden your containers

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