In a world of ephemeral IP addresses, changing applications, and dynamic environments in which containers move around clusters, traditional security approaches based on static IP addresses are unable to perform the observability and security functions necessary to meet audit requirement SOC 2 certification.
SOC 2 is based on five overarching Trust Services Criteria (TSC): security, availability, processing integrity, confidentiality, and privacy. Specifically, the security criteria are broken down into nine sections called common criteria (CC).
Organizations running Kubernetes specifically encounter challenges CC6 (logical and physical access), CC7 (systems operations), and CC8 (change management) when trying to comply with SOC 2 standards.
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- SOC 2 compliance challenges in a Kubernetes environment
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