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Zero-Trust Security for Kubernetes and Container Workloads


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Sponsored by NeuVector


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 Any mission-critical workloads require full lifecycle security coverage, and a zero-trust security approach can proactively protect your pipeline, supply chain, test environments and the critical production runtime environment. Container applications, the Kubernetes platform (API service, plugins, service mesh, etc.) and hosts themselves also need to be secured as a full cloud-native stack. In this webinar, learn how to use the NeuVector (now part of SUSE) security platform as a complete solution to enforce zero-trust controls with built-in security automation capabilities.

We'll explore:

  • The container attack surface across the full life cycle
  • What full-stack container security is and how you can apply zero-trust
  • How to use the NeuVector open source container security platform to automate and enforce zero-trust controls
  • A Log4j kill chain example and how to detect and prevent its exploit
Fei Huang
VP, Security Product Strategy - NeuVector
Fei Huang has over 20 years of experience in enterprise security, virtualization, cloud and embedded software. He was part of the founding team of Cloudvolumes (acquired by VMware) and cofounder of Provilla, a DLP security company (acquired by TrendMicro). Fei holds several patents in security, virtualization and software architecture.
Glen Kosaka
Head of Product Security - NeuVector
Glen Kosaka has more than 20 years of experience in enterprise security, marketing SaaS and infrastructure software. He has held executive management positions at Trend Micro, Provilla, Reactivity, Resonate, Quantum and Rignite.

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