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Kubernetes is one of the most powerful yet complex platforms ever to find its way into the enterprise. As Kubernetes becomes more widely adopted, it has also become more susceptible to cyberattacks—because security was an afterthought during its development. Misconfigurations of Kubernetes clusters are rife, and cybercriminals are becoming more adept at exploiting them.
However, there are a number of available best practices that can help secure Kubernetes—the de facto standard platform for deploying modern applications.