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How Polyverse Protects Cloudical Kubernetes Stack Against Zero Day Attacks


Cloudical is evolving from being a cloud-native consulting company to a service provider that recently announced it’s very first managed Kubernetes services called Vanilla Stack. Security is no longer an afterthought in the Cloud-Native space. It’s now a number one priority. As Cloudical builds its Vanilla Stack it is putting security at the heart of it by partnering with Polyverse. “We are going to have a holistic view on security and implementing security by design,” said Dr. Jurlind Budurushi, Chief Cyber Security Officer at Cloudical. He explained that Polyverse gives you a unique instance of an operating system where any attack is stopped before it happens. It would stop even zero-day attacks. Budurushi joined Archis Gore, CTO of Polyverse, in the second episode of “Linux & Open Source Security” to discuss how Polyverse is helping companies secure their Kubernetes clusters.

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