Cloud Security

 

Education Level: Intermediate

6210 - Do Containers Fully 'Contain' Security Issues? A Closer Look at Garden and Docker.

Wednesday, September 27
10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

Container technology has been around in various shapes or forms for sometime; however, the recent arrival of Docker, Garden and other providers of a lightweight option to virtualization has put the "container" buzzword on top of most DevOps' toolkits. As usual, what has been overlooked is security and potential issues that can come about as a result.

This presentation takes a closer look at a few of the more commonly used container technologies today, namely Docker and Warden/Garden, and the associated potential security issues.

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Farshad Abasi

Co-founder / Security Architect / Instructor
Mirai Security / British Columbia Institute of Technology

Farshad Abasi (B.Sc. biology/computer Science, CISSP) is an innovative technologist with more than 20 years of experience in software design and development, network and system architecture, IT security, management and technical instruction. With a keen interest in security from the start, he has become an expert in that aspect of computing and communication during the last decade. He is currently the principal security architect at a leading global financial institution. In addition, Farshad is continuing a 15-year stint as an instructor at British Columbia Institute of Technology, where he shares his passion for information and network security, helping others build a career in this exciting field. He is also the security correspondent for CFAX radio, BSides Vancouver core team member and a UBC alumnus.

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