Truly Secure Kubernetes Secrets in Use

Coming from the DevOps world, you know that Kubernetes Secrets is a great way to store and manage sensitive information; including passwords, OAuth tokens, and SSH keys used by your applications. 

You might already use Kubernetes Secrets, but like many others, you know it is not secure, by design, but it is the only option.

You’re probably aware that passing secrets in files – the “recommended” method – is inherently unsafe, leaving the door open to malicious actors infiltrating your code.

We have just the tool for you – to protect your Kubernetes Secrets, and pass secrets to containers in a truly secure way.

See how leading organizations use ARMO to protect their Kubernetes Secrets

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