Twistlock, founded by Microsoft alumni, aimed to bring better security to Docker containers by making containers less opaque and more readily monitored. But that was before projects under the CNCF’s wing started developing native security and introspection features.The latest version of Twistlock, released this week, hints where third-party container security tools are going next: compliance.  To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

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