Webinar On Demand
Securing CI/CD Pipelines Through Security Gates
Recorded October 19, 2022
View a Complimentary Live Webinar Sponsored by ARMO
CI/CD pipeline security has become a pressing issue for DevOps and DevSecOps teams. With today's frameworks and best practices, various security gates can be applied through the CICD process from writing the very first line of YAML in the CI, and later to the CD process.
In this webinar Ben Hirschberg, VP R&D at ARMO, and Alex Jones, Tech TAG lead at CNCF, will discuss:
- The need for security gates through the CICD process
- The relevant security frameworks available today and how to embed them seamlessly without interfering with the agility of the DevOps works
- The kind of security issues that can be eliminated before reaching production
A live demo will also be presented.
Ben Hirschberg, VP R&D, ARMO
Ben is a veteran cybersecurity and DevOps professional, as well as computer science lecturer. Today, he is the co-founder at ARMO, with a vision of making end-to-end Kubernetes security simple for everyone, and a core maintainer of the open source Kubescape project. He teaches advanced information security academically in both undergrad and graduate courses. In his previous capacities, he has been a security researcher and architect, pen-tester and lead developer at Cisco, NDS and Siemens.
Alex Jones, Tech TAG Lead, CNCF
Alex works as both a contributor and end-user of cloud-native technology.
When not working as Kubernetes Engineering Director at Canonical; he contributes to CNCF TAG App Delivery as Tech Lead.
Passionate about mentoring and collaboration, he thrives on working together to solve problems and communicating those learnings to others. Speaking where possible and mentoring others to tell their story is a large part of the enjoyment of his professional life. In addition to this, he advises several businesses on how to grow their infrastructure and processes with their commercial goals.
He has worked at companies such as JPMorgan, American Express, Microsoft, and British Sky Broadcasting.