June 2022 Cloud-native news

Hello from all of us at Sysdig!

June has been a busy month for the cloud-native community. Don’t miss our cloud-native highlights!

It has been a busy month for Sysdig too, as we just released Drift Control to help you prevent container attacks on runtime with Sysdig Secure.

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The news

Industry buzz

Community tips

Debugging containerd

Check these tips to debug containerd, the container runtime, on Kubernetes.

Secure SSH on EC2: What are the real threats?

What if your SSH port is accessible? Learn how critical this misconfiguration is.

Getting started with Rego

What the ReadOnlyAccess policy in AWS leaves open

Learn what unwanted permissions grant this policy that may impact security.

Enumeration and lateral movement in GCP environments

Read this example of infiltrating and performing lateral movement in Google Cloud.

Going secretless and keyless with Spiffe Vault

Discover how spiffe-vault can help you secure your supply chain.

More on KubeCon 2022

What’s new with Sysdig?

Sysdig Announces Drift Control

Drift Control will help prevent container attacks at runtime. Teams can detect, prevent, and speed incident response for containers that were modified in production.

Additionally, Sysdig enhanced malware and cryptomining detection with new threat intelligence feeds from Proofpoint Emerging Threats (ET) Intelligence and the Sysdig Threat Research Team.

How to secure Amazon EC2 with Sysdig

Check out this comprehensive guide on how to secure EC2 on AWS.

How to monitor and troubleshoot Fluentd with Prometheus

Learn how to interpret Fluentd dashboards in Sysdig Monitor.

Recent releases and ecosystem updates

Read all about Sysdig’s interesting new features and ecosystem updates on our blog.