Sponsored by SUSE
Do security buzzwords like 'Zero Trust' trigger fatigue and anxiety? If so, we have the remedy. We'll help you feel safer and more secure with an overview and demonstration of actual, automated Zero Trust security policies for Kubernetes that are enforceable at the network and process layers. The demo will use open source solutions such as the Open Zero Trust (OZT) project, based on SUSE NeuVector, to demonstrate Zero Trust controls. NeuVector brings innovative security automation using network-centric, deep packet inspection to automatically create Zero-Trust security policies that do not rely on eBPF.
Learn how to define and enforce Zero Trust segmentation for network, processes and file access within any Kubernetes cluster without impacting performance. We'll compare traditional, deny list-based security controls against modern, Zero Trust allow list-based controls followed by a demonstration of how Zero Trust can protect against zero-day attacks as well as exploits such as Log4j and Spring4shell.