Cloud and Container Security for AWS

Presented by

Kiley Williams, Polyverse | Dan Juengst, Red Hat | Michael Ewald, Contino | Pawan Shankar, Sysdig

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With the widespread adoption of containers (Docker, Lambda, Kubernetes) and DevOps practices, IT teams are able to make their cloud application more portable and scalable than ever before. But as containers and DevOps have taken over, so too has the need for a new approach to security. Containers, workloads, and APIs need proper protection and it all boils down to your cloud security strategy. Tune into this live roundtable panel at AWS re:Invent as they discuss the following: - Workload attacks and why container orchestration tools such as Kubernetes might be at risk - Secure container deployment on AWS - Authentication and APIs: why they're important and best practices - Continuous monitoring and file system security Moderator: Kiley Williams, Security Architect, Polyverse Corporation Panelists: Dan Juengst, Senior Principal Technology Evangelist, Red Hat Michael Ewald, Director of Engineering, Contino Pawan Shankar, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Sysdig

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