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CNCF Member Webinar: Helm Security - a Look Below Deck
Helm and Kubernetes have been built with security in mind and are adapting to community requests--dropping tiller in Helm v3 onwards, for example. In this webinar, we will look at some of the security aspects specific to Helm that you can leverage in Helm v3. You’ll also learn about how you can detect and fix base container image vulnerabilities along with using Kubernetes security features inside of charts. To close, we will take a look at known vulnerabilities in Helm charts, summarize the findings from a recent Helm security report and what you as devops professionals can do to mitigate risk and harden Kubernetes clusters

Webinar outline:
* A quick introduction to Helm
* Verifying Helm installations
* Signing and verifying Helm charts
* Detecting and fixing vulnerabilities in container images
* Kubernetes security in your charts
* Summary of findings from the Helm charts security report

Feb 25, 2020 10:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Matt Farina
Helm Maintainer @Samsung SDS
Matt works on the Cloud Native Computing Team at Samsung SDS where he focuses on cloud native applications and open source software. He is a published author, speaker, and regular contributor to open source. He is a maintainer for multiple open source projects, including Helm, and a leader in the Kubernetes community. Matt has been developing software for over 25 years.
Hayley Denbraver
Developer Advocate @Snyk
Hayley Denbraver (@hayleydenb) is a Developer Advocate at Snyk. In that role, she is focused on encouraging security education and the adoption of better security practices within developer communities. Last year, she co-wrote a report that looked at known vulnerabilities in Helm Charts and is excited to share her findings.
Raghavan "Rags" Srinivas
Lead Container Developer Advocate @Snyk
Raghavan "Rags" Srinivas (@ragss) works as a lead container Developer Advocate at Snyk with a mission to help developers build scalable and secure container-based systems. His areas of focus are containers, open source and DevSecOps. His general interests are in distributed systems, with a specialization in cloud computing and security. He worked on Kubernetes, Azure, and Cloud Foundry during its early stages and helped customers with implementations. He writes for InfoQ, has spoken on a variety of technical topics at conferences around the world, written for developer portals, organized hands-on labs and taught graduate and online classes. Rags brings with him more than 30 years of hands-on software development and more than 20 years of solutions architecture and technology evangelism experience. He has evangelized and influenced the architecture of a number of emerging technology areas. He is also a repeat JavaOne rock star speaker award winner.