The Imperative for Visibility into Cloud Native Web Services Traffic

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Sponsored by SIGNAL SCIENCES


Monday, May 18, 2020
1pm EDT

Containers allow for organizations adopting the cloud to rapidly scale their operations to meet customer demand. But with speed comes security risks: the east-west traffic between microservices that power distributed modern applications can be just as susceptible to attacks as north-south (client to app or API origin) traffic.

In this webinar, we'll discuss why application layer protection is even more important with containerized apps and services using cloud-native technologies like Istio and Envoy. We'll also demonstrate how to integrate and automate next-gen security protection to inspect east-west services traffic so DevSecOps teams can secure their applications without rapid iterations to release market-leading features. Attendees will learn:

  • Why cloud native is not just “lift and shift” and operating legacy apps in the cloud;
  • How cloud-native applications using frameworks like Istio and Envoy Proxy differ from legacy applications;
  • How a next-gen WAF and RASP can provide visibility into east-west traffic to detect application layer attacks;
  • How to embed next-gen WAF security in the CI/CD automation pipeline so DevOps teams can deliver features faster, with better security.
Doug Coburn
Director of Professional Services - Signal Sciences
Doug Coburn serves as Signal Sciences Director of Professional Services, where he leads the team that installs Signal Sciences in customers’ environments. Prior to Signal Sciences Doug entered the IaaS/PaaS/FaaS world with Iron.io doing Serverless Functions as a Service leading the Sales Engineering team. With Iron.io he got introduced to many of the cloud and PaaS platforms that make up the Serverless landscape. Before the Security and Serverless spaces, Doug also worked with companies like Okta, Moka5, and IBM/BigFix that had elements of security, endpoint management, and identity management.
Alfred Chung
Sr. Product Manager - Signal Sciences
Alfred Chung is a senior product manager at Signal Sciences responsible for modules and the product deployment experience. Prior to Signal Sciences he worked on various enterprise security products in the endpoint security, vulnerability management, and application security spaces.

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