Portshift to Present on Kubernetes Security at Cloud Native Computing Foundation Member Webinar

Updated: Jun 26, 2020

Portshift to Present on Kubernetes Security at Cloud Native Computing Foundation Member Webinar Educational Session to Support Cloud-Native/DevOps/Security Professionals with Container Security Guidance TEL AVIV, June 25, 2020 OpinePR 🎯 -- Portshift, a leader in Kubernetes-native solutions, today announced the company's participation in a CNCF Member Webinar titled Stay on Top of Ongoing Kubernetes Security Hygiene. The goal of the presenters is to provide attending DevOps, Kubernetes and security professionals with the proper insight and guidance to effectively protect cloud workloads using advanced technologies and processes. Container deployments in Kubernetes clusters create both familiar and new security challenges. Given the ephemeral nature of containers and the speed and agility goals of microservices architecture, a preliminary detection of potential risks and an early discovery of viable threats will yield the best security outcomes. Successfully addressing the Kubernetes security challenges requires integrating security into each phase of the container lifecycle: build, deploy, and run. But it doesn’t stop at the pod or node level. It needs to secure the Kubernetes control elements (Master node, API server, etcd, kubelet and more.

WHO: Portshift (www.portshift.io) – Zohar Kaufman VP of R&D, Co-founder of Portshift and Ariel Shuper, VP of Product for Portshift WHAT: Webinar on Kubernetes security hygiene WHEN: July 2nd, 2020 WHERE:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/4915911239901/WN_0jzHp96YTCKQ15S7wzs8gg Key Discussion Points and Best Practices During this Webinar: 1. Kubei runtime scanner (open-source) a. Runtime discovery of vulnerable pods b. Kubernetes infrastructure vulnerability assessment 2. Hardening pods configurations with Pod Security Profiles (PSP) 3. Advanced detection of potential risks - roles, secrets and security contexts, inside the deployment pipeline (CD) 4. Network policies security best practices 5. Protection of Kubernetes Master node elements

To register for the webinar, please sign-up at: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/4915911239901/WN_0jzHp96YTCKQ15S7wzs8gg To learn more about Portshift, please visit https://www.portshift.io/product/ Tweet this: @ Portshift to Present on Kubernetes Security at Cloud Native Computing Foundation Member Webinar - https://www.portshift.io/company/in-the-media/ Resources To learn more about Portshift: Become a Trusted Portshift Partner: https://www.portshift.io/partners/ Visit Portshift at https://www.portshift.io Follow Portshift on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/portshift Follow Portshift on LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/company/portshift/

About Portshift Portshift is a Kubernetes-native solution providing a single pane of glass for containers and Kubernetes security. With a single Portshift pod deployment, DevOps can leverage the power of our lightweight solution to protect from vulnerabilities across images, containers, Kubernetes, and runtime deployments. Portshift ensures a continuous hardening process during the entire containerized applications lifecycle, from code to runtime. Leveraging service-mesh, Portshift delivers network communication security inside and outside the mesh.

Go to portshift.io for more info.

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