Kyverno policies map to one or more compliance controls and compliance standards. Policy violations are generated when a resource fails a policy rule. A compliance standard contains various controls or rules and the policies need to comply with the standard.
To view the Compliance report:
- Go to Menu>Policies>Compliance. The Compliance Standards page with the default standards is displayed. On the top right corner of each of the standard, click on the Kebab Menu to view the options, Details, Generate Report, Clone, Disable, and Delete. In addition, the Edit option is displayed for a User Managed Standard. Select any of the options for the respective action.
- Click on any of the default standard, for example, CIS Benchmarks v8. The CIS Benchmarks v8 report is displayed.
By default the report is for Controls. Click on the Clusters button to view the report for clusters. You can also view the report for All Clusters or by searching for a particular cluster in the Search field. In addition, you can filter the status and view the report for a particular status such as pass status.
Click on the control name to see the details of the control, its status, policy mappings, and findings. Similarly by clicking on the Clusters button, you can view the cluster list and clicking on the cluster name, you can view the controls associated with it. You can also click on the control name to see the details of the control.
In the Compliance Standards page, click on the Add Standard button to add a standard. A drop-down list of Nirmata Managed Standards and a menu to add User Managed Standard are displayed. When you click on the Nirmata Managed option, it gets directly added. When you click on the User Managed option, the Add Compliance Standard window opens.
a. Enter Name, Version and Description and click Save.
b. In the Controls block, you can either add a control by clicking on the Add Control button or import a CSV file by clicking the block, Click to import a CSV file or drop a CSV file here.
NOTE: Nirmata recommends you to add controls while adding the standard. However, you can skip this step and can add/update/delete controls later.
c. Click on the Download CSV Template link to download the example template.
d. When you click on the Add Control button, the Add Compliance Control window opens. On this window, add Control Details such as Name, ID, SubID, Description, select Cloud Providers such as EKS, AKS, GKE, or Self Managed, and add Policy Mappings such as Policy Name, Rule, UUID, and click Save.
- Click on the Generate Report button to generate a report on the standard. The Generate Report page opens.
a. In the Mail block, enter Sender, Recipients, Subject, Message details.
b. Select the Schedule checkbox to schedule the email. The options available are hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly.
c. Click on the Save button.
- Click on the Scheduled Reports and click on the + symbol to schedule a periodic email to notify any policy violations. The Schedule Email window opens.
a. Select a cluster from the list or search the cluster and click Next. The Schedule Email page is displayed.
b. In the Scope block, select the radio button, either Cluster or Namespaces to choose the scope of the report.
c. In the Mail block, enter Sender, Recipients, Subject, Message details.
d. Select the Schedule checkbox to schedule the email. The options available are hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly.
e. Click on the Save button.