Security hardening for containers, clusters, and operating systems is a very important part of setting up infrastructure and always “Plan A”. The world of “Plan A” defends the importance of making sure your cluster is set up securly. Dino comes from the world of “Plan B” and will focus on detecting when security boundaries have been breached. This is necessary for environments where you don’t have ability to ensure base OS is fully patched, etc.
Step into the world of Linux kernel features such as seccomp, eBPF, kprobes and Kubernetes tunable security features and learn how to detect and defend against attacks at scale.