Using Chaos Engineering for Resilient Cloud Infrastructure Security

  • Date 20 Nov 2019 - Wednesday

Using Chaos Engineering for Resilient Cloud Infrastructure Security

20 Nov 2019, 13:10 - 13:55

Geek Street
Language:
English

Chaos engineering can be used to test the resiliency of cloud security and compliance. This session will include a primer on cloud security chaos engineering, a live demonstration, and tips for implementing chaos engineering into DevSecOps.

After this session you will be able to

  • learn how to use chaos engineering to identify and close cloud infrastructure security gaps.
  • learn how bad actors  use automation to exploit cloud resource misconfiguration, and how to use automated remediation tools to defeat them.
  • learn about how to fit self-healing infrastructure and automated remediation approaches into their SDLC and DevSecOps processes.
  • learn about the landscape of tools and approaches to build resilient infrastructure security for their cloud environments.

 

Contributors

  • Josh Stella

    Speaker

    Founder & CTO

    Fugue

    Josh Stella is Co-founder and CTO of Fugue, the cloud infrastructure automation and security company. Fugue identifies security and compliance...

  • Ricardo Green

    Speaker

    Senior Solutions Architect

    Fugue

    Ricardo Green is a cloud technology evangelist and Sr. Solutions Architect with Fugue. Prior to joining Fugue, he worked in the Cloud Business Unit...

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