In this week’s DevOps news, Sysdig unveils its fourth annual Container Security and Usage Report in which it surveys its users to get an idea of how organizations secure their container environments. This year’s report is especially poignant given the recent disruptions by the SolarWinds breach. The report contains good news in that Sysdig found that DevOps teams are ‘shifting left’ with 74% of organizations scanning pre-deployment. Unfortunately, 58% of images run as root, which results in privileged containers that can be compromised. Sysdig notes, “This seemed high, so we asked our customers. It turns out that in practice, even if risky configurations are detected at runtime, teams don’t stop containers so they can continue deploying quickly.” Sysdig also found significant (300%) growth in Falco with over 20 million Docker Hub pulls, further illustrating a growing emphasis on security.