Do You Know your Kubernetes runtime vulnerabilities?

Presented by

Zohar Kaufman, VP R&D

About this talk

Introducing Kubei Open Source Scanner - Spot, Analyze, Secure. Easy, quick scanning of relevant runtime images. All and only runtime images. For container security, there are plenty of open-source tools that can help prevent another cyber security fiasco. Container image scanning should be a core part of your security strategy. Although image scanning won't protect you from all possible security vulnerabilities, it's the primary means of defense against security flaws or insecure code within container images. Image scanning is usually integrated with the CI/CD or the image registry. Portshift’s open source solution - Kubei, takes another approach and scans the containers that actually run in production. On our webinar we will review the capabilities of some open-source scanning solutions and introduce you to the unique benefits of Runtime Kubernetes Scanning with Kubei. Know immediately which containers have vulnerabilities, where these vulnerabilities exist (pod, container and namespace), and what needs to be patched or replaced. Kubei couples your Kubernetes information with the vulnerability information for a quick, easy remediation Key Discussion Points: 1. The importance of container image scanning 2. A comparison of Open-Source tools for image scanning solutions - Clair, Anchore, KubeXRay, Snyk, Trivy 3. The advantages of Runtime Image Scanning 4. Review and live demo of Kubei - Kubernetes Runtime Image Scanner Zohar Kaufman is Portshift’s Co-Founder and VP R&D. As a vateran in cyber security, Zohar spent 20 years managing software, networking and embedded system development teams and was previously the founder and VP of R&D at CTERA Networks and VP of R&D at SofaWare technologies.
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