Organizations are migrating legacy applications to modern cloud infrastructure faster than ever before. While cloud infrastructure may be cheaper, easier to manage, and enable organizations to be nimbler, there are inherent security risks to hosting applications in the cloud. Because of this, ensuring Zero Trust principles in cloud native architecture is paramount.

In this Remote Sessions webcast, our cloud security experts will walk through elements of cloud native technology such as trust stores, keystores, service meshes, and certificate managers that are critical to ensuring Zero Trust. We'll use real-world examples of how one migrates an on-prem / datacenter legacy application to a modern architecture deployed in a cloud native environment while maintaining Zero Trust principles.

We will cover:

• Application architectural shifts when migrating from legacy to cloud native

• Managing the lifecycle of machine identities in Kubernetes

• Securing Kubernetes ingresses

• Enabling Mutual Trust (mTLS) in Kubernetes

Attendees are eligible to receive 1 CPE credit.

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Riaz Mohamed
Global Solutions Architect, Cloud Native, Venafi

Riaz has over 20 years of experience in product development, solution architecture, infrastructure and pre-sales. Riaz is focused on modern, cloud-native systems and hybrid cloud architecture. Prior to joining Jetstack (Venafi), he worked with VMware and helped enable customers on the Tanzu Kubernetes ecosystem. He is intrigued by Day 2 problems in Kubernetes.

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Eddie Glenn
Security, DevOps and Cloud Strategist, Venafi

Eddie has more than 30 years of experience in software development, DevOps, and cybersecurity at companies such as IBM, Rational Software, and Wind River where he held a variety of senior level positions in software engineering, product management, and product marketing. He has a Bachelor of Science degree in computer and electrical engineering and an MBA.

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Tom Bechtold
Digital Event Director, SecureWorld

Tom has been part of the SecureWorld team for over 14 years. He has launched several of the regional conferences we hold today. Tom is currently responsible for SecureWorld Digital, which provides educational content to the SecureWorld audience. He produces, executes, and moderates the majority of the Remote Sessions webcasts while also working closely with the SecureWorld event directors to build relevant agendas at the regional conferences.