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How to Build a Threat Model for Kubernetes Systems


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by WHITESOURCE


As Kubernetes adoption grows, its attack surface expands with it, allowing bad actors to find and exploit vulnerabilities in the cloud-native stack. In addition, the complexity of Kubernetes and the lack of proper security controls make the attacks targeting Kubernetes clusters and containers hosted in them a real risk for organizations. With the threat landscape evolving fast, it’s critical to understand the security risks and key attack vectors in Kubernetes. 

In this webinar, you'll gain a comprehensive understanding of adversary tactics and techniques, develop robust defense strategies and, ultimately, improve the security posture of your Kubernetes applications.

Maor Kuriel
Senior Product Line Manager - WhiteSource
Maor has more than 10 years of information security experience. In previous positions at VMware and Microsoft, he has spent his career building experience in product management and security research. As a Senior Product Line Manager at WhiteSource, he supports organizations in their digital transformation and improves their security through DevSecOps. He is passionate about delivering easy-to-use cybersecurity products and defining the future of cloud-native security.

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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