across different Kubernetes clusters.
across different data center environments.
across different organizational environments.
across different cloud environments.
across different identity domains.
Keys, tokens, passcodes and other static credentials are easily obtained by threat actors and lose their secrecy without your knowledge. One-time codes are also vulnerable to theft and misuse.
Cloud workloads are identified by “certificates” that are issued automatically without vetting the workload trust first. Certificates involve multiple static keys that can be obtained by theft.
Secure transport is not available everywhere in the cloud. Threat actors perform attack reconnaissance, scan traffic, and locate unsecured transport or endpoints that expose data.
Threat actors deliver code to workload endpoints and it is launched or injected to infect or encrypt valuable data and resources. Malware is often enclosed in TLS encryption.
Session keys must be exchanged between endpoints each time an encrypted session begins. Threat actors have the skill and tools to find them and remove them for nefarious use.
Hopr can work with any containerized infrastructure. Hopr is compatible with Kubernetes, Docker Swarm or other Infrastructure as a Service platforms that use containers.
"Workloads" is a general term for machines and devices that operate through the cloud. It includes VMs, containerized infrastructure, mobile devices, and IoT.
No. Hopr's technology does not required modifications to the code of existing applications or APIs. Our technology is containerized and deployed with workloads. Protective features deliver security immediately after deployment to production.
Zero Trust requires verification of trust. Hopr rotates workload identity and secret credentials at a high frequency with our CHIPSTM technology and protocol. And we verify both credentials at the start of each session to guarantee the authenticity and trust of both workloads in a communication session.