November webinars

Don’t miss these November webinars!

casey pechan / 10.24.17

November will be an especially busy month here at CloudPassage thanks to four exciting upcoming webinars! This month we’re delving into CVEs, original research we conducted around Docker containers, how best to secure your Docker containers, and our partner program with Puppet.

Read below to learn about all of our webinars, and follow the links in order to register.

A discussion of automated infrastructure security with a practical example

Thursday, November 2nd
12:00pm – 1:00pm PST
Register here: http://haloinfo.tech/2xz93N8

About: New Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVEs) are released often, leaving infrastructure at risk of compromise. Join us for a discussion of how to automate infrastructure security including a real world example where a critical CVE will be discovered in a build job, and when the base image will be patched and the fix will be confirmed.

Verify, don’t trust: What you need to know about popular Docker Hub images: PART 1

Wednesday, November 8
11:00am – 12:00pm PST
Register here: http://haloinfo.tech/2xx4SRU

About: Containerization is a rapidly growing trend in application hosting infrastructures and there are a number of guiding principles and best practices for building container images. We downloaded and analyzed thousands of the most popular images on Docker Hub in the hopes of learning how how community-built images are constructed, and to see if the most popular images adhere to the Docker best practices. Our discovery? Some surprising security issues surfaced.

Join us for part one of this two part mini-series, where we uncover:

  • Common practices to avoid when publishing container images
  • How to build better performing containers
  • What to look for in community images before incorporating them into your environment

Shift Left: Puppet + CloudPassage = New Approach to Securing DevOps

Wednesday, November 15th
10:00am – 11:00am PST
Reg link: http://haloinfo.tech/2ihnvaw

About: It’s time for a new approach to securing DevOps. There was a time when IT infrastructure took months to develop and deploy, and security and compliance teams had time to configure and release security controls in parallel. But if you want to keep up with the pace of business today, that won’t cut it.

Today’s high-performing teams deploy on-demand or multiple times per day, and they can deploy changes to production in less than an hour. Servers themselves may only exist for less than an hour. This rapid pace is leaving security teams behind. And the massive gap between code being deployed within hours and security projects taking weeks puts companies at risk.

Enter the new approach.

Puppet and CloudPassage have teamed up to bring you a solution that automates security and compliance in any infrastructure at any scale and eliminates the security bottleneck. Join us and learn how to put the Puppet module for CloudPassage Halo to work for you and help your security teams keep pace with the demands of the modern, agile enterprise.

To learn more, also check out our joint white paper with Puppet.

Verify, don’t trust: Best practices for reducing vulnerability exposure in Docker environments: PART 2

Thursday, November 16th
11:00am – 12:00pm PST
Register here: http://haloinfo.tech/2yDx2gw

About: Containerization is a rapidly growing trend in application hosting infrastructures and there are a number of guiding principles and best practices for building container images. We downloaded and analyzed thousands of the most popular images on Docker Hub in the hopes of learning how how community-built images are constructed, and to see if the most popular images adhere to the Docker best practices. Our discovery? Some surprising security issues surfaced.

Join us for part two of this two part mini-series, where we do a deep dive to uncover:

  • Best practices for reducing vulnerability exposure in Docker environments
  • Processes that enable secure application delivery with Docker
  • What to look for when selecting container security automation tools