Emil Kvarnhammar speaks about Secure SDLC and containers at Kubernetes Meetup

17:30 - Jan 25 - 7A Conference, Stockholm [Sweden]

At the first ever Stockholm K8S meetup on January 25th, we proudly present Emil Kvarnhammar as a speaker.

Emil Kvarnhammar speaks at the event Kubernetes Meetup 2018 Emil Kvarnhammar, Security Software Engineer at TrueSec.

Security Software Engineer, Emil Kvarnhammar, has been involved in several security-critical projects, developing applications and components that are used by millions of users on a regular basis. During Kubernetes Meetup on January 25th, he will speak during the first session about Secure SDLC and containers.

The increased adaptation of DevOps and container-based application architectures changes the application security scope in most organizations. Developers and DevOps have been the primary stakeholders in terms of lifecycle management of middleware and 3rd party libraries for a while now, even if the actual upgrade/install sometimes are performed by operations. In container-based deployments, it’s getting even more obvious that Developer or DevOps teams must take the primary ownership of patch management and hardening. Not only for middleware and 3rd party libraries, but also for OS-provided parts. – Emil

In his session, Emil will talk about what this means from a CI/CD and delivery perspective, and how you can start building a Secure Software Development Lifecycle (SDLC) covering many of these aspects. You will also see why security assessments are better handled as an integral part of the SDLC rather than by operations going forward.

Registration is still open. We hope to see many of you there!

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Kubernetes Meetup agenda

17:30 Doors open
18:00 Secure SDLC and containers (With Emil)
18:35 Provisioning and Orchestrating K8s
19:10 Persistent Volumes to StatefulSets: All About Managing Persistent Data in Kubernetes
19:45 Mingle

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