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The Kubernetes Network (Security) Effect


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Sponsored by ARMO SECURITY

Monday, April 26, 2021
9 a.m. ET

Network policy is one of the most used security tools in any company’s security stack. While it is a great tool for making sure attackers stay outside your permitter, it does not work in K8s.

The reasons are that while you had a well-defined permitter and applications were deployed once in few weeks, once you broke the monolith into microservices and started deploying new versions every few days/hours, it became impossible to define a network policy. In this webinar we will discuss the evolution of network policies, why it fails in K8s and how you can still define a network policy that keeps up with the rapid changes in your modern, cloud native infrastructure.

Amir Kaushansky
VP Product - ARMO
Amir Kaushansky is an innovative and creative technology leader with 20+ years in all the areas of product life cycle: Product Management, Business Development, Technical Services , Quality Assurance, IT and Software Engineering. He Excels in bridging technical and business worlds, excellent communication skills and interpersonal relationships with peers, customers and suppliers and has a proven track record in development and deployment of complex products and solutions, especially in the field of cybersecurity.

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