Install Kubernetes Audit Logging
The integration allows auditing of:
- Creation and destruction of pods, services, deployments, and daemon sets
- Creating/updating/removing config maps or secrets
- Attempts to subscribe to changes to any endpoint
To enable the Kubernetes Audit Logging feature, use the admission-controller chart. The admission controller is in the process of being deprecated and replaced, however the Kubernetes Audit Logging feature is still supported.
Recommended: Set up a service account with minimal priviledge, such as a
Or: Use a custom role with the following permissions for Sysdig Secure:
helm upgrade --install.
To enable Kubernetes audit logging in your existing Sysdig Secure Helm install command, add the following flags:
--set admissionController.sysdig.secureAPIToken=<my key> --set admissionController.enabled=true \ --set admissionController.features.k8sAuditDetections=true \ --set scanner.enabled=false
For additional configuration options, including on-premises, using a proxy etc., see the admission-controller readme.
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