Automating Security Controls Across Container Workloads With Snyk, Docker and AWS


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What constitutes an application has changed as cloud deployments transform more of what was traditionally 'infrastructure' to code, putting more pressure on development and security teams to build inherently secure applications. Code now defines containers, services and infrastructure provisioning, and with the staggering amount of open source use seen across the industry today, modern organizations must leverage security tooling that fits neatly into the iterative DevOps model to secure these components as early as possible within the development workflow.

In this session, experts from Snyk will demonstrate a workflow for securing your AWS workloads using Snyk's native integrations into Docker Desktop and the Docker Hub Container Registry. You'll learn to configure your Docker account to trigger scans automatically when an image is pushed and leverage scan results in both Docker Desktop and DockerHub.

Join us to learn more about:

  • Common exploits in container applications
  • How best to use vulnerability scanning in a container delivery pipeline
  • How to efficiently remediate open source and container vulnerabilities in AWS workloads
  • How to continuously monitor running applications for newly discovered vulnerabilities
Paul Harland
Solutions Engineering Manager - Snyk
With 15 years’ experience as a senior software engineer and solution architect, Paul brings a wealth of hands-on DevOps experience along with SME knowledge of the Snyk platform. Over the last two years at Snyk, Paul has worked directly with customers and partners to implement and roll out Snyk in a large number of successful deployments.
Shy Ruparel
Sr. Developer Advocate - Docker
Shy Ruparel is a Sr. Developer Advocate at Docker. He's been working on empowering developer communities for almost a decade. He has a passion for silly IoT projects, good jokes and the staying power to wish you a great day on Twitter every single day.
Amir Javanshir
Principal Partner Solutions Architect - AWS
Speaker Bio: Amir Javanshir is a Principal Partner Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services who spends his time focusing on the complex challenges of our most strategic partners in the Design, Engineering, and Manufacturing space. His career has spanned both the hardware and software sides of the house, including work at Arvato (Bertelsmann), Sun Microsystems and Oracle, giving Amir a broad technical experience across multiple industries and verticals.

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