What will we cover
With increasing numbers of container breaches being reported in the news and hackers looking to spot new exploits in Docker and Kubernetes – how do you secure the application, the containers, and the host itself? In the modern world of DevOps where speed and efficiency are king as deadlines tighten and customer demands grow, it’s important to ensure vulnerabilities hidden in containers are addressed and associated risks are mitigated early in the SDLC to prevent security issues (and time and cost fixing them) down the line.
Watch our on-demand webinar as our cloud security expert examines the security challenges that come with container adoption and unpack the key steps required to integrate and automate container assessment into the DevOps cycle to help developers build and deploy cloud-native apps at speed whilst keeping one eye on security.
What you'll learn
How containers have become a vital organ for DevOps and the hidden risks
Common Docker and Kubernetes vulnerabilities to be aware of
Steps to secure containers through workload protection and configuration assessment
Secure SDLC and DevSecOps: automating and integrating container security assessment to spot vulnerabilities before moving into production
Application security and container hardening best practice to secure your applications from end to end
Director, Cloud Product Management
Sergio was the former CEO and Co-Founder of SecludIT, a pioneer in cloud security and a founding member of the Cloud Security Alliance since 2009. Sergio has worked in cyber security for more than 20 years. He has occupied senior management positions in 3 security startups where he was responsible for email security products and security gateways, as the lead architect of security products such as SSL VPNs, log management, web security and SSL crypto accelerators. His career started at research labs in France and Portugal. Sergio holds a Ph.D. in computer science from the ENST Paris and MSc and BSc degrees from the University of Porto. He is also the holder of 4 patents.