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Top 12 Kubernetes Security Best Practices for 2020

There's no doubt that Kubernetes adoption has increased a lot since its first release. But, as Ian Coldwater said in their talk about abusing the Kubernetes defaults: Kubernetes is insecure by design and the cloud only makes it worse. Not everyone has the same security needs, and some developers and engineers might want more granular control on specific configurations. Kubernetes offers the ability to enforce security practices as you need, and the evolution of the available security options has improved a lot over the years.

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There's no doubt that Kubernetes adoption has increased a lot since its first release. But, as Ian Coldwater said in their talk about abusing the Kubernetes defaults: Kubernetes is insecure by design and the cloud only makes it worse. Not everyone has the same security needs, and some developers and engineers might want more granular control on specific configurations. Kubernetes offers the ability to enforce security practices as you need, and the evolution of the available security options has improved a lot over the years.

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Having a well implemented Kubernetes security assessment process will enable your enterprise to prevent common exploits but also secure your container resources so that your minimizing the impact of any potential breaches that do occur as well. In this live training session, Joseph Holbrook a Cloud Native Subject Matter Expert (SME) will provide insight into “Top 12 Kubernetes Security Best Practices for 2020” that Kubernetes administrator or developer should know.

We will discuss how Google Cloud Kubernetes Engine could be used to not only learn how to implement container security but also extend to you on premises deployments.

Course Objective:

  • Several Container Best Practices.
  • Security Checklists and Container Security Tools.
  • Enable a Proactive response to Container Vulnerabilities and Threats
  • Top 5 tools that Kubernetes Users should use to Help Fortify your Kubernetes Deployments

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Subjects Information Security
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Modality Self-Paced Learning
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Difficulty Beginner
Duration 1 Hour
Language English

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Paul Jackson

 

Paul has over 2 decades of of technical experience as a senior engineer, operations manager & project lead.
He has had hands-on impact within internal IT infrastructure, as well as in hundreds of unique customer environments that resulted in an in-depth knowledge of a wide range of security, identity, cloud, and infrastructure products & features; and a breadth of knowledge in associated network devices and applications.

His specialties include:

Identity, AD, Azure AD, Azure AD Connect, Azure MFA, ADFS, WAP, e-Gap, IAG, UAG, Firewalls, DirectAccess, Load balancers, PKI, Troubleshooting application and network issues, quickly learning new applications/technologies, building and leading tech teams, project management, creating scalable processes.

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