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March 9, 2017 | AppDev FrameworksBy Jason Gillam, IANS Faculty
Developers love containers because they are quick, simple to use and allow for easier scaling of hardware resources, but few pay much attention to the security issues they present. With containers in the mix, how can security organizations ensure their developers aren’t continually copying and pasting security issues across the environment? In this report, IANS Faculty Jason Gillam steps you through the worst of the pitfalls to ensure your organization rolls out more secure containerized solutions.
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