Traditionally, security teams have been accustomed to investigating incidents and falling back to previous code releases if they detect serious issues. With the rise of modern cloud-native applications and immutable infrastructure, however, security engineers have new solutions at their fingertips. Immutable infrastructure refers to infrastructure with components that are designed to be destroyed and replaced with new versions whenever a change is necessary. This makes immutable infrastructure different from conventional deployment technologies, in which components were typically updated while they were still running rather than being redeployed whenever a change takes place. In this session, Dima Stopel will discuss the changing security landscape and how immutable infrastructure and cloud-native technologies such as containers, can make tedious, risk-prone security workflows a thing of the past.
11:00-11:30 | Track 1