Wednesday, November 20 • 10:55am - 11:30am
Binary Authorization in Kubernetes - Aysylu Greenberg, Google & Liron Levin, Palo Alto Networks

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Kritis is an open-source solution for securing your software supply chain for Kubernetes applications. Kritis enforces deploy-time security policies that ensures only trusted container images are deployed on kubernetes to your cluster. With Kritis, you can require images to be signed by trusted authorities during the development process and then enforce signature validation when deploying. Kritis enables tighter control over your container environment by ensuring only verified images are integrated into production.
Talk outline:
- Introduction to the concept of binary authorization
- Live demo of using Kritis and Grafeas for deploying images with confidence in Kubernetes
- Grafeas and Kritis roadmap
At the end, attendees will gain solid understanding on the process of binary authorization and how to incorporate it in their build and deployment pipelines

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Liron Levin

Chief software architect, Palo alto networks
Liron is the Chief Software Architect at Twistlock, where he focus on scaling, engineering methodologies and security . Before that, he worked as a tech lead at Microsoft on cloud computing and machine learning projects. He is an active contributor to popular open source go projects... Read More →
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Aysylu Greenberg

Senior Software Engineer, Google
Aysylu Greenberg is the Tech Lead of GCP Container Analysis, focusing on the software supply chain integrity and security. In her spare time, she ponders the design of systems that deal with inaccuracies, enthusiastically reads CS research papers, and paints.

Wednesday November 20, 2019 10:55am - 11:30am PST
Room 16AB - San Diego Convention Center Mezzanine Level