Kubernetes and Security Chaos Engineering: Current State and Future Developments
More cloud-based applications are running in container forms under the Kubernetes platform, providing ease of management for complex distributed systems and clustered services. However, Kubernetes infrastructure is susceptible to cyber attacks, exploiting misconfigurations due to human errors and threatening its applications and data. Security chaos engineering is the latest innovation that could help build security and resilience for Kubernetes infrastructure. In this webinar, Dr Thomas Fricke, Mitigant Co-Founder and Kubernetes Expert, will share the current state of security chaos engineering for Kubernetes and its development potential for making Kubernetes infrastructure more secure and resilient.
About The Webinar
Nowadays, many applications running on the cloud have migrated from monolithic to microservice architectures thanks to container services. As a result, many organisations often deploy Kubernetes to manage containerised applications to ensure all communications and other tasks are carried out quickly. However, like the cloud infrastructure, Kubernetes infrastructure is also at risk of being misconfigured, which could be exploited to launch potential cyber attacks, such as data breaches or ransomware attacks.
Security blindspots and misconfigurations in Kubernetes infrastructure could be identified by using security chaos engineering. Kubernetes infrastructures consist of complex and distributed systems and clustered services, and undetected security issues could become more difficult to find as it scales over time, which could become a ticking bomb. By injecting controllable security faults reflecting real-life security threats and incidents, security chaos engineering could increase the performance, security, and resilience of Kubernetes infrastructures.
This webinar will discuss the current security chaos engineering development for Kubernetes infrastructure and how it can be developed further to improve security and cyber-resilience.
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