Mend for Containers

Secure Cloud-Native Applications At Scale

Part of Mend SCA

Cloud-native applications represent new frontiers for development – and a growing potential for new risks to be introduced as containers are built and deployed.

AppSec For a Cloud-Native World

Mend SCA protects you from code to cloud with a container solution that makes it easy and fast to scan and remediate risks in container images. Mend for Containers scans container images for multiple sources of risk, including open source vulnerabilities (CVEs), license policy violations, and exposed secrets.

Enhanced visibility
Understand the components and supply chain that make up your containers for full visibility over your complete risk picture – from vulnerabilities and secrets to unwanted license types.

Eliminate false positives
With runtime monitoring of container images in Kubernetes clusters, organizations can identify which risks are exploitable and require urgent remediation – and which can be safely ignored.

Trace container risks
Instantly trace the source of your container risks to its original repository, so you can track down vulnerabilities and license issues and remediate them fast.

Scan container image registries
Scan your containers at scale in your container image registries to get a holistic view of your container risk and prioritize which containers to patch first.

Enforce risk policies
Automatically enforce approval and remediation policies to ensure that containers that violate policies are not able to deploy without requesting and obtaining approval for a policy exception.

Mend SCA Protects Applications From Code to Cloud

Mend for Containers is included with every Mend SCA license. With Mend SCA, there’s no need to buy several tools to identify and remediate open source risks during the entire software development life cycle.

Mend SCA gives organizations the power to scan components from development to deployment and beyond.

Related Resources

Mend for Containers Datasheet

Docker Container Security

Kubernetes Security Best Practices