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Container Security Best Practices for Zero-Days


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Sponsored by ANCHORE



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The recent Log4j zero-day vulnerability disrupted security and development teams around the globe. In this webinar you will learn container security best practices in preparing for and responding to zero-day vulnerabilities and how to prevent them from infiltrating the software supply chain.

  • Where and when to implement security checks
  • How to leverage SBOMs to identify zero-day vulnerabilities
  • Using policies to automate guardrails
  • How to keep development moving securely with remediation workflows
Hayden Smith
Technical Director of Solutions Engineering, Anchore
A senior engineer on Anchore’s Field Operations team, Hayden Smith has been instrumental in the build and automation of Platform One’s initial iteration of container scanning and container hardening pipelines. For more than five years, Hayden has led developer projects across the Department of Defense and numerous federal agencies helping government organizations adopt DevSecOps best practices. Additionally, he brings an extensive background in penetration testing and information security that help federal customers prepare for nextgen threats as they emerge in a cloud native environment.

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