discusses some of the current tools on the market to ensure container security.
As an example, Nathan McCauley explains about Docker Content Trust, a feature that makes it possible to verify the publisher of Docker images:
“Yes … [it provides] cryptographic verification of any of your containers. The next phase … is where ‘pull’ can be trusted by default and eventually get to the point where ‘push’ can be involved in signing as well.”
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