To Unleash the Full Potential of Your Kubernetes Efforts, Get Your Team Focused on These 4 Pillars of K8s Security
Policy, containers, connections, and runtime. Focus on these four pillars of Kubernetes security to effectively protect your environment without slowing down dev.
Kubernetes and containers include many moving parts: images, applications, infrastructure and more, all of which increase your attack surface and present very real opportunities for impactful cyber incidents. To that end, a recent industry survey suggested >90% of organizations utilizing Kubernetes have sustained a security incident in the past 12 months.
To help you better assess and protect your container environments, Tenable experts, Alex Feigenson and Piyush Sharma will share a practical approach to K8s security focused on four key pillars, during an upcoming webinar, 2pm ET, October 19, 2022.
Through discussion and demonstration, the session will cover:
- Best practices for implementing K8s security around the four pillars of policy, containers, connections, and runtime
- Enabling effective cross-team collaboration between Dev, Sec and Ops
- The Proactive vs reactive steps needed to establish and maintain complete and resilient Kubernetes security
- And, answers to your questions during live Q&A
Who should participate?
All cyber security leaders, as well cloud security architects and engineers, DevSecOps and cloud operations leaders committed to scaling cloud adoption without sacrificing Security standards are encouraged to participate.
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Can’t make the live session, register anyway, we’ll send you the replay.
Senior Manager, Security Engineering, Tenable
Vice President, Engineering, Tenable