Content tagged as 'Docker'

Here is a list of all the content that has been tagged as docker.

Workshop - Init Security Titans

Workshop to initialise, train and deploy the Jade Security Champions across the Jade Development Teams.

Talk - Hardening Your Docker Infrastructure

The security defaults of Docker are designed to get you up and running (“just work”) quickly, rather than being the most secure. There are many default configurations that can be improved upon. In this talk Kim will walk through improving the security of Docker hosts, containers, networking and deployments.

Michael Hausenblas on Container Networking

Michael Hausenblas and Kim Carter discuss container networking concepts from Michael’s book Container Networking. Covering Kubernetes, service discovery, orchestration, and many other related topics.

Docker Security

Discussion about Kim's new [book on Docker Security](/publication/docker-security/), some of the content, and links to other useful resources around securing your Docker deployments.

Workshop - Building Security Into Your Development Teams

Kim's flagship Software Developer focussed training, this time at OWASP New Zealand Day conference.

Docker Security - Quick Reference

Are you looking to improve the security of your Docker deployments? Do you want to confirm you haven't missed any important security aspects in your Docker infrastructure?

Building Security into Your Development Teams (workshop) $495 + GST per student

Full Day Interactive Workshop focussing on building security into your Development Team(s).

Holistic Info-Sec for Web Developers

A three part book series focused on lifting the security knowledge of Software Developers, Engineers, and their teams, so that they can continuously deliver secure technical solutions on time and within budget, without nasty surprises. First book is complete, second book is content complete and currently in technical review.

Workshop - Building Security Into Your Development Teams

Kim's flagship Software Developer focussed training, this time at Christchurch Hacker Conference (CHCon).

The Cloud Shared Responsibility Model

The shared responsibility model is one that many have not grasped or understood well. Let’s look at the responsibilities of the parties.