The State of Cloud Security: Results of the SANS 2019 Cloud Security Survey

Sysdig

Cloud is part of today's infrastructures, and infrastructures are part of clouds. Are security infrastructures maturing to support the business and improve risk management in the cloud model? How are organizations using the public cloud to meet their business needs? This webcast will explore the results of the SANS 2019 Cloud Security Survey, conducted in cooperation with the Cloud Security Alliance, concerning organizations' use of the public cloud and will provide actionable advice for attendees to improve their cloud security. Attendees will learn about the: Types of applications that are implemented most frequently through the cloud. Number of public cloud providers most organizations use.
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Introduction to Kubernetes Security

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Kubernetes is fundamentally a complex system with lots of different potential attack vectors aimed at data theft, currency mining and other threats. Liz Rice, a renowned technology evangelist, will take us through an overview of the current state of security-related features in Kubernetes, and offer directional starting points on how to secure Kubernetes components and the applications that run on top of these Kubernetes components. Brice Fernandes, software engineer and entrepreneur at Weaveworks, will then demonstrate how you can build a secure and reliable Kubernetes deployment pipeline with GitOps best practices, separating the responsibility between packaging software and releasing it to a production environment.
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Cyberthreats in the Internet of Things

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"In today's challenging security environment, using the best products that fulfill your business needs is paramount. So when evaluating solutions, be sure to look at all aspects of a product - including performance benchmark testing.

PassMark Software is a leading authority in software and hardware performance benchmarking, providing independent testing and analysis."

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