Join us at the next Sunnyvale Red Hat User Group
OpenShift Protection in Production – Container Attack Vectors, Security Best Practices, and a Security/Service Mesh Approach
Are you passionate about locking down containers in production? Join us at the next Sunnyvale Red Hat User Group with guest speakers from NeuVector!
This meetup will provide an overview of the attack vectors for container deployments and how the combination of OpenShift and NeuVector can detect and prevent damaging attacks. Glen Kosaka will discuss the importance of container technologies and creating a 'security mesh for a service mesh’. He will present the possibility of the convergence of traditional security silos like network security, endpoint security and server security, in the cloud native environment, into a ‘security mesh’ working with the Istio service mesh. Chip Hwang will give us a hands-on deep dive demo of container attacks, detection, and prevention.
Who should attend? Developers, DevSecOps, Security Architects, and Network Security Architect
Parking for this event is complimentary. Make sure to park in the underground Red Hat parking deck and bring your parking slip inside.
Thank you to NeuVector for partnering with us on this event.
Your enterprise is adopting a container-based application deployment strategy, across multi-cloud and on-prem platforms. These environments operate at highly automated scale with hundreds, and even thousands, of containers continuously interacting. The combination of east-west container traffic explosion, limited network visibility and legacy security tools leave your security teams blind, powerless and at-risk. Your challenge is to protect these deployments in production. NeuVector, the leader in Container Network Security, delivers highly integrated, automated security for OpenShift, and is the only next generation container firewall with packet-level interrogation and enforcement.
|Welcome: Food and Beverage||11:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.|
Security Mesh for your Service Mesh
Container security threats and challenges, how it applies to OpenShift
How to deploy a security mesh for your service mesh, today and in the future
|11:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.|
Container attacks, detection and prevention
Vulnerability scanning in registries and production
|12:00 p.m. - 12:30 p.m.|
|Q&A||12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.|
Red Hat - Sunnyvale Office
150 Mathilda Pl Suite 500
Sunnyvale, California 94086
Time: 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.