CSA HKM Knowledge Sharing Event – May 2021

In April, we covered the Data Security in Cloud at our Knowledge Sharing Event. In the coming Knowledge Sharing Event in May, we will come back to cloud and container security again.

Developers and DevOps teams are building and deploying code at an increasing pace. Containers and other cloud native technologies enable digital transformation. In order to secure these growing cloud native environments, enterprises need to integrate security into the software development lifecycle and protect running applications

This time we invited Palo Alto Networks cloud security architect – Felix Cheng to bring us to their Prisma Cloud solution through in-depth technical knowledge sharing. He will look into the container solution from a technical view covering how to configure, implement necessary rules and analyze incidents through collected logs.

He will share:

  1. The best practices for container security to protect running containers in production as well as secure containers across the full application life
  2. Provide unified visibility & secure Cloud Native Workload
  3. Deliver an integrated set of capabilities to respond to threats and protect cloud-native applications.
  4. Automate the remediation of vulnerabilities and misconfigurations consistently across the entire build-deploy-run lifecycle.
  5. Demo 

Participants will claim 1 CPE.

DATE: 20 May, 2021 (Thursday)

TIME: 12:30 – 01:30 pm

VENUE: Webinar (in Cantonese)

SPEAKER: Felix CHENG, Cloud Security Architect of Palo Alto Networks

TOPIC: Automate your multi-cloud and container security environments with Prisma Cloud

THE SPEAKER:

Felix Cheng is the Cloud Security Architect for Hong Kong and Taiwan at Palo Alto Networks. He designed and deployed mission critical infrastructure for service providers, airports and casinos.  Over the last few years, he focused on software solutions such as application performance monitoring and analytics, cloud services and cyber security solutions.  In his spare time, he developed a simple mobile app that helped Wi-Fi engineers to perform quick site surveys.

VIEW THE PRESENTATION: https://youtu.be/iybIcVl0OHM

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