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Container Constructs, Security Observability and Cloud Security – Part 2

with Natalia Reka Ivanko


In the second part of the workshop you will learn more about eBPF (Extended Berkeley Packet Filter a new kernel technology) and how can Security Observability be achieved with open sourced eBPF-based projects, like Tetragon and it will allows to secure Cloud Native workloads very efficiently. Join us for an eBPF-based Security Observability and Runtime Enforcement deep dive with a following demo section: – Inspect system, application, and network behavior via the amazing Tetragon CLI – Automated detection of I/O & Sensive File Access, Namespace, Capabilities with real-time enforcement


Natalia Reka Ivanko

Security Engineer at Isovalent

About Natalia Reka Ivanko

Natalia Reka Ivanko is a security engineer with a strong background in container and cloud native security, and the co-author of “Security Observability with eBPF” published by O’Reilly. She is passionate about building things that matter and working with site reliability and software engineers to develop and apply security best practices. She is inclined towards innovative technologies like eBPF and Kubernetes, loves being hands on, and is always looking for new challenges and growth. She is a big believer in open source and automation. In her free time, she loves flying as a private pilot, experiencing outdoor activities like surfing and running, and getting to know new cultures.

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