InformationEnable docker/default seccomp profile in your pod definitions.
Seccomp (secure computing mode) is used to restrict the set of system calls applications can make, allowing cluster administrators greater control over the security of workloads running in the cluster. Kubernetes disables seccomp profiles by default for historical reasons. You should enable it to ensure that the workloads have restricted actions available within the container.
If the docker/default seccomp profile is too restrictive for you, you would have to create/manage your own seccomp profiles.
SolutionUse security context to enable the docker/default seccomp profile in your pod definitions. An example is as below:
By default, seccomp profile is set to unconfined which means that no seccomp profiles are enabled.