Kubernetes Security Best Practices for DevOps

Webinar

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Sponsored by stackrox


Friday, February 21
1pm EST

For many DevOps teams, Kubernetes has become an enterprise IT mandate, but like previous waves of infrastructure change, Kubernetes security best practices must be followed throughout the container life cycle. Join us for a discussion around Kubernetes security challenges and best practices. You will learn how to:

  • Stay on top of ongoing Kubernetes hygiene by hardening your nodes, employing RBAC best practices, etc.;
  • Secure your production workloads;
  • Thwart an attack, with a live demo.
Connor Gorman
Principal Engineer - StackRox
Connor Gorman is a Principal Engineer at StackRox, where he designs and builds the StackRox Kubernetes Security Platform. Lately, he has focused on helping users understand the complete risk context for their Kubernetes workloads and enabling them to implement effective security controls to mitigate those risks. Previously, he revamped significant parts of Medallia’s worldwide data-center and application deployment architecture.

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