Resources

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Dino Dai Zovi at KubeCon: Preventing Attacks at Scale
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 […]
Attacking Kubernetes: Live Security Attacks with Dino Dai Zovi Video
Attacking Kubernetes – Live Security Attacks with Dino Dai Zovi
In this lightning talk, Dino Dai Zovi, CTO at Capsule8, demos some live security attacks against containers running in Kubernetes deployments to illustrate what really needs to be defended against. Watch now. 
Black Hat Webcast: Scaling Security Operations by Securing DevOps and Automating SecOps
Black Hat Webcast: Scaling Security Operations by Securing DevOps and Automating SecOps
As your organization’s environment grows, the effort to properly secure it grows. Every new employee, networked machine, Internet-hosted SaaS solution, line of custom application code, and Smart Whatever increases your organization’s attack surface. If all infrastructure were 100% identical, the effort required to secure it would decrease as procedures and processes become more streamlined. This […]
Securing Cloud-Native Environments: An Interview with Dino Dai Zovi Video
Securing Cloud-Native Environments: An Interview with Dino Dai Zovi
Capsule8 CEO & Co-Founder Dino Dai Zovi chats with Ed Amoroso of TAG Cyber Media about Capsule8, what we mean by “attack disruption” and challenges in cloud-native security. Watch the video. 
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Dino Dai Zovi at O’Reilly Velocity
In this session, Dino will co-present with Jess Frazelle of Google on what it means to have an open source project at a company. What differs between small projects and large? How can you separate the concerns and feature requests of a company with that of a community? What benefits can a company gain from having a healthy […]
Nine Reasons Why the Death of the Security Appliance Is Inevitable
Most security organizations are used to appliances being the workhorse for their protection needs. Indeed, the major security vendors today tend to have huge appliance businesses, including the old titans (e.g., Symantec and McAfee) and the new titans (e.g., Palo Alto and FireEye). As crucial as security appliances are today, they are eventually going to die […]
Time to Blow Up the SOC?
Thirty-seven percent of SOCs faced more than 10,000 alerts per day and more than half of those were false positives, which can easily cost organizations thousands of wasted hour and millions of wasted dollars every year. Realistically, many “true positives” are for events with incredibly low value, such as reconnaissance scans. Most scans don’t turn […]
Sock the SOC Infographic Security Alert Fatuge
Time to Sock the SOC?
Your Security Operations Center (SOC) is barraged with so many alerts that your team may be shell shocked into believing that they are under a constant and unmanageable assault. Indeed, they are under siege – from a constant barrage of data. Alert fatigue is not just some industry buzz phrase – it’s a very real […]
Dino Dai Zovi at Black Hat
Dino Dai Zovi at Black Hat 2017
Datacenter Orchestration Security and Insecurity: Assessing Kubernetes Mesos and Docker at Scale Your datacenter isn’t a bunch of computers, it is *a* computer. While some large organizations have over a decade of experience running software-defined datacenters at massive scale, many more large organizations are just now laying the foundations for their own cloud-scale platforms based […]
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