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Are you securing your microservice architectures by hiding them behind a firewall? That works, but there are better ways to do it. This talk will examine well-known and often-used security patterns in the world of microservices.
This presentation recommends 11 patterns to secure microservice architectures.
1. Be Secure by Design
2. Scan Dependencies
3. Use HTTPS Everywhere
4. Use Access and Identity Tokens
5. Encrypt and Protect Secrets
6. Verify Security with Delivery Pipelines
7. Slow Down Attackers
8. Use Docker Rootless Mode
9. Use Time-Based Security
10. Scan Docker and Kubernetes Configuration for Vulnerabilities
11. Know Your Cloud and Cluster Security
This is an online event starting at 7 pm BST. Attendees will be sent a link on or before the day of the event.
About the speaker
Matt Raible is a well-known figure in the Java community and has been building web applications for most of his adult life. For over 20 years, he has helped developers learn and adopt open source frameworks and use them effectively. He's a web developer, Java Champion, and Developer Advocate at Okta. Matt is a frequent contributor to open source and a big fan of Java, IntelliJ, TypeScript, Angular, and Spring Boot.
He’s a member of the global JHipster development team and loves classic VWs. You can find him online at @mraible and raibledesigns.com.
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