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DevSecOps Best Practices: Automating K8s Network Security Policy


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Sponsored by Tufin


As Kubernetes use grows, so, too, does risk resulting from poorly designed K8s network security policies. Tune in to learn how you can automate the creation of secure K8s network policies and inject those policies into your go-to CI/CD tool(s) like Jenkins.

Join Tufin solutions engineer team lead Ricky Egge as he shares best practices and pro tips for:

  • Gaining real-time visibility into your clusters and N/S and E/W traffic
  • Designing and deploying secure K8s network policies
  • Accelerating code promotion and shifting security left by leveraging K8s security policies in your automation pipelines
Ricky Egge
Solutions Engineer Team Lead - Tufin
Ricky Egge is a seasoned Sales Engineer at Tufin, where he supports and guides clients from a risk, technology, people, process and financial perspective. Aligning products, processes and people, Egge provides clients with the results that align with their business needs to ensure compliance and minimize risk.

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