Cloud Native Threats Detection with Runtime Security

Mar 30, 10:00 AM PDT
  • Virtual Falco community
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If you are looking to implement real time detection of unexpected behaviors, configuration changes and intrusions so you can stop attacks, then this is the workshop for you. Join this hands-on educational workshop to learn about runtime security and get up and running on Falco, the open-source standard for threat detection across Kubernetes, containers, hosts, and the cloud.

This session is for practitioners that are new to cloud-native and want to expand their knowledge of this dynamic area of security. We will introduce you to the concepts so you have the basics, but mostly you will be working on hands-on labs so you learn the tool and can implement it in your environment tomorrow.

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    Pablo Musa, Vicente Jimenez

    Pablo Musa
    Pablo is an experienced teacher and curriculum developer with a demonstrated history of working in the computer software industry. Highly skilled in the Observability ecosystem, Pablo is excited to be a part of the new generation of microservices and cloud-centric monitoring and security. Robust software professional with a Master of Science (MSc) focused in Distributed Systems and Programming Languages.
    Vicente Jimenez Miras
    Vicente has a background as an infrastructure engineer and open source trainer. Being a digital nomad since early in his career, he’s lived or worked in almost a hundred different locations. In 2021, after 4 years working as an instructor for Red Hat, he joined Sysdig to continue his work educating folks and creating awareness of cybersecurity.
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