The Image Assurance controls define the conditions in which an image will be marked as "Non-compliant". This article reviews the complete list of available controls.
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Introduction Image Assurance Controls
An Image Assurance Control is a single condition that when met, the scanned image will be marked as "Non-compliant".Each control will have a specific widget for setting up the condition, for example, the following is the widget for the Aqua Score control.
You can add one or more controls as needed. Toggle the control by selecting the plus sign on the right side of the control title.
The list of available controls are shown below.
Assurance Policy Controls
The table below defines all Assurance Policy controls.
|Vulnerability Severity Score||Fails the image if it contains CVEs with a given score or worse.|
|Vulnerability Severity||Fails the image if it contains CVEs with a given severity or worse.|
|Aqua Score||Fails the image if its calculated Aqua Score is at a given grade or worse.|
|DTA Severity||Fails the image if it contains DTA risks with a given severity or worse.|
|Denied CVEs||Fails the image if it contains any of the specified vulnerabilities.|
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