Air-gapped Advantages in a Non-air-gapped Advantage

Air-gapped Advantages in a Non-air-gapped World

As organizations increasingly modernize their infrastructure and adopt new projects, they are opening up new areas of threat which require protection from ransomware, insecure software, and exposed Kubernetes API servers. To tackle this, air-gapping is becoming an increasingly vital tool for businesses to protect valuable information and systems.

Many organizations have already begun to air gap clusters for a variety of reasons, including regulatory needs and the rise of cloud native computing. Securing Kubernetes clusters is critical as they often contain data and software that frequently comes from the internet.

D2iQ Kubernetes Platform is designed to make air gapping easy, with considerations for installation, upgrades, and documentation.

Key Takeaways:
  • Learn why an air-gapped-first approach will help in what might not be considered air-gapped situations
  • Rethink your architecture to minimize security vulnerabilities
  • Decide whether to air-gap, or intermittently air-gap, your infrastructure

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