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Palo Alto Networks Exam PSE-StrataDC Topic 7 Question 63 Discussion

Actual exam question for Palo Alto Networks's Palo Alto Networks System Engineer - Strata Data Center exam
Question #: 63
Topic #: 7
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Why are containers uniquely suitable for whitelist-based runtime security?

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4 days ago
I agree with Onita. Having defined processes makes it easier to whitelist.
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5 days ago
I agree with Wendell. Containers are great for whitelisting because you can easily define and control the processes that are allowed to run within them.
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7 days ago
I think containers are suitable for whitelist-based security because developers define processes in Dockerfile.
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9 days ago
C seems like the best answer here. Containers are designed to be lightweight and focused, so they typically have a limited number of processes that should be running.
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