Security professionals face the daunting challenge of keeping up with constantly changing technology trends. By the time security has a handle on a new programming paradigm, product development has been using it in production for months, if not years. Worse yet, new tech is normally designed with security as an afterthought, introducing risks that will need to be managed rapidly.
Despite all of this, in this presentation, SANS Instructor Brandon Evans will illustrate that Serverless is actually a breath of fresh air for security. Although it might initially seem complex and intimidating, it reduces risk when compared to traditional application architecture by shrinking the customers portion of the Shared Responsibility Model. Additionally, it empowers security automation that would otherwise be impractical. Overall, as Serverless continues to mature, Brandon argues that it will become the recommended practice from security teams.
About the Speaker
Brandon has provided security services for thousands of his coworkers in product development across several global sites responsible for hundreds of web applications. As an application developer for most of his professional career, he moved into security full-time largely because of his many formal trainings through SANS. He’s a contributor to the OWASP Serverless Top 10 Project and a co-leader for the Nashville OWASP chapter. Brandon is lead author for the new SEC510: Public Cloud Security: AWS, Azure, and GCP and a contributor and instructor for SEC540: Cloud Security and DevOps Automation.
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