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What Tools Can Help Secure Kubernetes?

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Guest: Gaurav Rishi (LinkedIn)
Company: Kasten by Veeam (LinkedIn, Twitter)
Show: To The Point
Keywords: Cybersecurity, Cyberattacks

Vulnerabilities in the underlying infrastructure of cloud-native applications continue to be a challenge. Once cyber attackers get access to the underlying operating system, either because of privilege escalations or misconfigurations, it is possible to do a lot of damage. Organizations need to ensure that the cloud-native applications are being scanned for vulnerabilities, keeping the latest patches and applying them. Tools like SysDig and Appsmith can be helpful. Gaurav Rishi, Vice President of Products & Cloud Native at Kasten by Veeam, goes on to discuss why policy management is so important both in pre-production and then enforcing the policies on the production side. To learn more, watch this video.

About Gaurav Rishi: Gaurav Rishi is the VP of Product at Kasten by Veeam. He is at the forefront of several Kubernetes ecosystem partnerships and has been a frequent speaker and author on cloud-native innovations. He previously led Strategy and Product Management for Cisco’s Cloud Media Processing business. In addition to launching multiple products and growing them to >$100M in revenues, he was also instrumental in several M&A transactions. Gaurav is a computer science graduate and has an MBA from the Wharton School.

About Kasten by Veeam: Kasten by Veeam is the Kubernetes backup leader. Kasten K10, a Cloud Native data management platform, enables Kubernetes backup/restore, disaster recovery and application mobility.

The summary of the show is written by Emily Nicholls.

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