This is an article from DZone’s 2023 Kubernetes in the Enterprise Trend Report.

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Kubernetes security is essential in today’s digital landscape. With the increasing adoption of containerization and microservices, Kubernetes has become the go-to solution for orchestrating and managing containers. However, this also means that it has become a target for attackers, making Kubernetes security a top priority. The dynamic and complex nature of Kubernetes requires a proactive and comprehensive approach to security. This involves securing the Kubernetes cluster itself, the workloads running on it, and the entire CI/CD pipeline. It’s important to ensure secure configurations, enforce least privilege access, isolate workloads, scan for vulnerabilities regularly, and encrypt sensitive data. 

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