This section will guide you through the process to create a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster using Tanzu Mission Control (TMC) and preparing it for app-deployment.
In this section, we will take a look at the CBC Cloud Console in detail
Get hands-on with VMwares solution to securing Kubernetes clusters with CBC Container Security. Upon login you will have access to create a Tanzu Kubernetes Cluster with instructions on how to secure it with CBC Container Security.
Throughout this walkthrough you will be exposed to VMwares solution to securing Kubernetes clusters with CBC Container Security. Upon login, instructions provided will detail how to deploy and secure a new cluster with vSphere with Tanzu and CBC Container Security.
This section will talk about Carbon Black Cloud Workload Protection
Next are some additional resources
VMware Carbon Black Cloud Workload Protection consolidates multiple datacenter security capabilities with an easy deployment experience on vSphere and a single lightweight sensor for your workload environment. VMware Tools includes the Carbon Black agent installer, facilitating the installation process and eliminating management by providing native security capabilities as a service that IT infrastructure owners can provide.
The following section details the basics of accessing and using the Carbon Black Cloud Workload Plug-In in vSphere. The Carbon Black Cloud Workload Plug-in for vSphere integrates CB security capabilities directly in the vSphere Client.
Your environment is currently being setup. To log in to the vSphere environment, perform the following steps.
One of the biggest concerns we see in the security space is ransomware; for good reason because of how costly and destructive this type of attack can be. Ransomware such as RYUK and Conti will attempt to distribute across the network and encrypt/destroy data for maximum impact. In recent years ransomware has shown a drastic increase in both commonality and the level of destruction on users' systems. This stage is often detrimental.
After achieving initial access attackers attempt to move forward with their goals. One of the best ways of doing that is scraping credentials or abusing other existing binaries in the environment – like PowerShell. A trusted program like PowerShell is not blocked by traditional signature-based AV. It is commonly used across Windows environments for legitimate purpose – but attackers can leverage it for malicious intent as well.