September 17, 2019
1 PM ET
Containers, Kubernetes, and Docker - oh my! These innovative tools have exploded in popularity over the last ten years, and with good reason - allowing for containerized applications gives development teams the flexibility they need to move and deploy quickly. But in the rush to modernize, it’s easy to forget about security. Although applications are now distributed across containers, they are still vulnerable to Layer-7 attacks and malicious activity.
In this webinar, Doug Coburn, Director of Professional Services at Signal Sciences, will walk through:
- An overview on containerized applications and how it fits into a DevOps workflow
- Where and how containers are vulnerable to Layer 7 attacks
- Evaluating tools and processes for deploying security across containers and containerized apps
Doug Coburn, Director of Professional Services, Signal Sciences
Doug Coburn serves as Signal Sciences Director of Professional Services, where he leads the team that installs Signal Sciences in customers’ environments. Prior to Signal Sciences Doug entered the IaaS/PaaS/FaaS world with Iron.io doing Serverless Functions as a Service leading the Sales Engineering team. With Iron.io he got introduced to many of the cloud and PaaS platforms that make up the Serverless landscape. Before the Security and Serverless spaces Doug also worked with companies like Okta, Moka5, and IBM/BigFix that had elements of security, endpoint management, and identity management.