Establishing Technology Trust in a Containerised World

  • Date 07 Jun 2018

Establishing Technology Trust in a Containerised World

07 Jun 2018, 14:00 - 14:25

Tech Talks
Language:
English

When deploying containerised applications at scale, a trust model is a key component of secure deployments. Defining that trust model requires an understanding of the risk factors impacting both application development and the architecture of the containers and the orchestration solution. This trust model needs continual reassessment with an understanding of the dynamic nature of threats. Modification of existing patch management and continuous monitoring processes are often required for containerised applications and should include information from the trust model.

Learning Outcomes:

  1. How container applications are created and how container orchestration systems deploy containers
  2. How patch management models differ in a container model from a server or virtual model
  3. How to address continuous security monitoring without requiring agents within containers
  4. How to shorten the response time from external threat disclosure to impact assessment within the data centre

Contributors

  • Tim Mackey

    Speaker

    Technical Evangelist

    Black Duck Software

    Tim Mackey is technical evangelist for Black Duck Software, which helps organisations to locate, manage and secure their open source software. Tim’s...

Documents

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