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Saturday, February 22 • 3:30pm - 6:00pm
Using Built-in Kubernetes Controls to Secure Your Applications

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If you're new to Kubernetes, you might wonder about some of the things you've heard... does everything really run as root? Are there really no firewall rules? Well... yes. But you can fix that!

Once you get your Kubernetes deployments, services, and other resources set up, it’s tempting to take a break. But don’t stop with the default configurations—Kubernetes has a ton of built-in options and features you can use to improve your security.

This hands-on session covers many of the configurations you can use to make a Kubernetes app more secure. We’ll pick apart the security context together and run deployments with read-only root file systems, non-root users, and limited capabilities. Then we’ll dig into features like network policies and admission control, configs like resource limits, and practices like namespacing and consistent metadata. And, of course, we’ll learn how these help you deliver a more reliable and secure app, and will cover basic infrastructure security practices as well.

It would be best to have some basic Kubernetes experience, but you should be able to follow along with the provided examples and background discussion even if you haven't gotten your hands dirty before.

Speakers
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Connor Gilbert

Senior Product Manager, StackRox
Connor Gilbert is a senior product manager at StackRox, a Kubernetes security company. He has presented at BSides SF, Google Next, and Cloud Native Rejekts; hosted Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) webinars; and published CNCF blogs on cloud-native security topics. Connor was... Read More →

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HashiCorp

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Saturday February 22, 2020 3:30pm - 6:00pm
Terraform HashiCorp SF Office 101 2nd St #700, San Francisco, CA 94105

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