Extend Firewalls
to Kubernetes

Zero Trust Network Security and
Continuous Compliance

Deep Network Security for Kubernetes

Extend Firewalls to Kubernetes

Enterprise Security teams rely on firewalls to keep the bad guys out and prevent them from traversing the network. Firewall policies are based on IP addresses, don’t understand Kubernetes labels, and cannot track or enforce dynamic pod traffic. Tigera extends firewalls, enabling your security team to continue to use the process and tools they use today to secure your Kubernetes clusters.

Extend Firewalls to Kubernetes

Enterprise Security teams rely on firewalls to keep the bad guys out and prevent them from traversing the network. Firewall policies are based on IP addresses, don’t understand Kubernetes labels, and cannot track or enforce dynamic pod traffic. Tigera extends firewalls, enabling your security team to continue to use the process and tools they use today to secure your Kubernetes clusters.

Zero-Trust Network Security

With 40% or more of all breaches originating from within the network, you must always have to assume that something has been compromised. Applications running on Kubernetes make heavy use of the network for service to service communication. However, most clusters have been left wide open and are vulnerable to attack. A zero trust approach is the most secure way to lock down your Kubernetes platform.

Zero-Trust Network Security

With 40% or more of all breaches originating from within the network, you must always have to assume that something has been compromised. Applications running on Kubernetes make heavy use of the network for service to service communication. However, most clusters have been left wide open and are vulnerable to attack. A zero trust approach is the most secure way to lock down your Kubernetes platform.

Visibility and Threat Detection

Applications running on Kubernetes have dynamic IP addresses. Firewalls and traditional flow logs are not effective for detecting & preventing indicators of compromise because they lack visibility and context such as namespace, pod, container id, and labels.

Visibility and Threat Detection

Applications running on Kubernetes have dynamic IP addresses. Firewalls and traditional flow logs are not effective for detecting & preventing indicators of compromise because they lack visibility and context such as namespace, pod, container id, and labels.

Continuous Compliance

Kubernetes is dynamic and constantly changing. Moments after a compliance audit is completed the environment will have changed again. A continuous compliance solution is the only way to prove that your security controls have been implemented properly now and historically.

Continuous Compliance

Kubernetes is dynamic and constantly changing. Moments after a compliance audit is completed the environment will have changed again. A continuous compliance solution is the only way to prove that your security controls have been implemented properly now and historically.

Tigera Runs Everywhere Your Business Does

Tigera Runs Everywhere Your Business Does

Why Tigera?

Tigera is the inventor and maintainer of the open source Project Calico. We are the leading experts in Kubernetes networking and network security, and our technology is running several of the largest Kubernetes deployments on the planet.

Modern Security for the Next Generation of Compliance Requirements

Kubernetes is being adopted by every major enterprise on the planet for deploying modern, containerized applications. However, containers are highly dynamic and break their existing security models. Tigera provides zero-trust network security and continuous compliance for Kubernetes platforms that enable enterprises to meet their security and compliance requirements.

Tigera’s technology is recognized and trusted as the de facto standard for Kubernetes network security. Our open-source software, Tigera Calico, provides production-grade security, and our commercial offerings layer on advanced security capabilities, enterprise controls, and compliance reporting.

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