Keyfactor Announces DevOps Integrations With Ansible, Docker, HashiCorp, Jenkins and Kubernetes

Keyfactor today announced DevOps integrations with automation and containerization industry leaders Ansible, Docker, HashiCorp, Jenkins and Kubernetes to offer security-first services and solutions designed to seamlessly integrate with existing enterprise tools and applications.

A rise in cryptographic-based attacks, like last year’s ASUS attack, exploit third-party software and its digital certificates, allowing attackers to connect to sensitive backend systems or push malware through updater tools. Recent research indicates a 39% likelihood that organizations will experience a similar server certificate or key misuse incident over the next two years.

According to research firm Gartner Inc., “proper secrets management, including certificate and key management, is crucial to security agile applications.”1

Digital certificates have long played an integral – if not routine – role in DevOps workflows, securing authentication across users, devices and applications. The secure identities the certificates establish reinforce key DevOps practices within infrastructure, pipeline, code and microservices integration, thereby bridging the DevSecOps gap and the ability to mitigate security risk.

Keyfactor offers cloud-hosted PKI-as-a-Service infrastructure through integrated certificate and key management, secure signing and secure IoT device design. The platform provides discovery, integration and orchestration capabilities, enabling teams to gain complete crypto-agility, extensibility and visibility.

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