The 4 rules of a microservices defense-in-depth strategy

Source:- Defense-in-depth is a popular security strategy that places the applications and data (or groups of applications and data) that inhabit an architecture into designated security layers. While attackers could still gain access to one part of a system, the idea is that these multiple, varied security layers will prevent that attack from universally gaining system access. However, the defense-in-depth strategy presents a unique challenge when it comes to microservices, simply because the proliferation of independent services involved creates a

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