Sysdig announced version 3.0 of Sysdig Secure, its tool that provides enterprises with threat prevention at runtime using Kubernetes-native pod security policies (PSPs).

The new release introduces three new key features:


  • Kubernetes Policy Advisor: which auto-generates PSPs to decrease the time spent configuring security, enabling teams to adjust misconfigurations before shifting to production.
  • Falco Tuning: which analyzes recurring events and suggests changes to policies that reduce redundant alerts.
  • Activity Audit: a Kubernetes-native tool for incident response that captures container activity, including commands, network connections and Kubernetes API events.



Enterprises are moving away from siloed functions and introducing a secure DevOps workflow in order to ensure secure and compliant containerized applications, according to Sysdig in a post.

“When operating containers, the only way to manage risk without slowing down the CI/CD pipeline is to embed security and compliance across the entire Kubernetes lifecycle,” said Suresh Vasudevan, CEO of Sysdig. “Kubernetes has the ability to be more secure than VMs, but there are certain security and visibility elements enterprises must address, which includes adopting Kubernetes-native tools and a secure DevOps approach.”

Sysdig Secure is part of the Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform, which enables enterprises to confidently run cloud-native workloads in production, the company explained. The new release will be available to all Sysdig Secure and Sysdig Secure DevOps Platform SaaS customers next week.