Webinar : Going Serverless with Azure Functions

Date Jul 30, 2020
Time 11:00 AM ET
Cost Free
If you plan on building Serverless apps using a cloud service like Azure, it’s not enough to be familiar with the old AppSec methods. The distributed nature of Serverless architecture gives attackers more points of entry into your app.

It’s one thing to deploy your application on Azure Functions and get it running. But to do that securely? That’s a whole other deal.

That’s why we’re hosting a free webinar on attacking and defending serverless apps in Azure. Join us on July 30th, 11 AM EST, as we conduct live demonstrations of the various ways an attacker might approach Azure cloud services, as well as what you can do to defend your applications.

Here’s an overview of what you’ll learn:

- What is Serverless? Why should you use it?
- Azure Functions explained
- What to do if vulnerable code goes into Azure Functions
- Precautions before deploying serverless functions
- Live Demonstration: Attacking Azure services through misconfigurations and bad code
- How to defend against attacks

Why should you attend this webinar?

Over the course of 60 minutes, you’ll witness a live demonstration of serverless security compromise, plus in-depth background information on Azure Cloud and other similar services. At the end of the session, you’ll be better equipped to handle real-life security incidents against your serverless apps.

Who should attend this?

- AppSec engineers
- DevOps leaders

Time: 30th July, 11 AM Eastern Time (8 AM Pacific Time/8:30 PM Indian Standard TIme)

                                                         Register Here

Webinar Host

Sharath Kumar is the Lead Solutions Engineer at we45. He has extensive experience with Cloud Deployments and Container Native Deployments.

His numerous areas of expertise have been instrumental in architecting and developing multiple solutions around security engineering, including an Application Vulnerability Correlation tool called Orchestron.

Sharath is a speaker at multiple meetups around Cloud, Containers, Python, DevOps and DevSecOps. He is also the co-author of the Container Security Training Program from we45.


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