An introduction to the findings and definition of the most famous container orchestrator security policies.
Kiratech is happy to announce the Swiss edition of the New Workshop titled Kubernetes Security, that will take place:
in Lugano, on Tuesday November 19th, 2019
at Parco Maraini
via Massagno 32
Are you using Kubernetes or are you going to implement it, but you want to understand first:
- which are the security findings of the platform?
- how to measure the security level and risks of the platform?
- how to protect your container images from known vulnerabilities by third parts?
- how to reinforce the container and network runtime policy level?
- how to better manage the private information?
if the anwer is "Yes", that's the workshop for you!
During our workshop we will talk in depth about the Kubernetes security findings, we will highlight all the potential risks and the related remedial actions by analysing all the tools provided by k8s.
The workshop will help you understand how to implement a secure, solid and agile environment for your production systems.
Are there any suggested Requirements to attend the workshop? We suggest to have a Kubernetes basic knowledge.
Why a workshop on Kubernetes Security?
In the last two years, Kubernetes is having a great success in the technological scenario: the main firms in the world are adopting or they have already adopted this platform to orchestrate and resize their workloads based on containers using a Cloud Native approach. As per each new complex and fast developing technology, it is important to understand which is its security level and how to make the Kubernetes implementation and usage secure-by-design.
Workshop held by Kiratech, CNCF Silver Member
The Workshop will be held by Kiratech, CNCF Silver Member & Linux Foundation Partner, Kubernetes Certified Service Provider and Training Partner.
Francesco is Docker & Kubernetes Trainer and DevOps & Security Expert at Kiratech.
Francesco is Docker & Kubernetes Trainer and DevOps Expert, working in the security and open-source fields for 15 years. He published lots of articles for the most famous journals like Linux Journal and Hakin9 and he is the author of the book “Linux. Configurarlo al meglio”. He is also a AIPSI (Associazione Italiana Professionisti Sicurezza Informatica) member and CAcert certifier. Francesco has two professorships in the Cattolica University of Milan and he is a Docker certified trainer.
Don't miss it!
The Kiratech Switzerland Team