Kevin Bocek, VP, Security Strategy & Threat Intelligence, Venafi; Matt Barker, President, Jetstack; B. Dunlap, Moderator
Security teams need new approaches to work with the super fast development cycles that are inevitable when using Kubernetes and OpenShift. New research found 96% of enterprises using Kubernetes or OpenShift recently experienced a security related issue from a workload misconfiguration. One example: developers use non-enterprise approved Certificate Authorities CA(CAs) for TLS machine identities with Kubernetes, OpenShift, Istio and more making initiatives like Zero Trust impossible. These gaps won’t be fix with more controls pushed down from security teams. Developers today decide cloud-native security tooling. Security and developers need to operate in a #fastsecure mode: going as fast as possible while staying safe. Join Venafi and (ISC)2 on November 23, 2021 at 1:00p.m. GMT as open source innovator, Matt Barker, and security leader, Kevin Bocek discuss what #fastsecure means and how you can get started. The developer-led, cloud-native world doesn’t mean that security teams are any less important; just the opposite. Going faster means security teams bring their experience with threat protection, machine identity, risk and compliance to help developers stay safe at highest speeds.