June 26 – 27, 2024
CloudNativeSecurityCon is a two-day event designed to foster collaboration, discussion and knowledge sharing of cloud native security projects and how to best use these to address security challenges and opportunities. The goal is not just to propose solutions that incrementally improve what has come before, but to give room to breakthrough technology and advances in modern security approaches. Topics of sessions and lightning talks presented by expert practitioners include architecture and policy, secure software development, supply chain security, identity and access, forensics, and more.
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Attendees come to CloudNativeSecurityCon to learn from each other and dive deep into topics that include: architecture and policy, secure software development, supply chain security, identity and access, forensics, and more.
Face-to-face problem-solving, discussions, and collaboration.
Learn about the latest trends and updates in Security Education + Teaming, Detections + Incidents + Response, Architecture + Identity + Multi-tenancy + Isolation, Supply Chains, and GRC.
Access to cloud native security experts that will help guide you through how to best use projects, solutions, and cutting edge case studies to address security challenges and opportunities.
Gain a competitive advantage by learning about the latest in innovative cloud native security solutions.
Discover what industry-leading companies and projects are working on and where technologies are headed.
Explore career opportunities with the world’s leading technology companies.
Schedule at a Glance
|June 25, 2024
|June 26, 2024
|Keynotes, Breakouts, Solutions Showcase, Capture the Flag, Attendee Reception
|June 27, 2024
|Keynotes, Breakouts, Solutions Showcase, Capture the Flag
Rey Lejano is Solutions Architect at Red Hat and currently serves as co-chair for Kubernetes Special Interest Group (SIG) Docs and helps maintain the upstream Kubernetes documentation. Rey leads the Kubernetes SIG Security Third-Party Security Audit subproject and helped release the last Kubernetes security audit in April 2023. He is a member of seven Kubernetes Release Teams, including serving as the 1.23 Release Lead and 1.25 Emeritus Adviser. Rey has been a Program Committee member for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon (2022 Detroit, 2023 Amsterdam, 2023 Chicago) and Track Chair for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe 2024 in Paris. Rey was awarded the CNCF Community Award for Top Documentarian in 2022 and Kubernetes Contributor Awards in 2021 from SIG Release and 2023 from SIG Security. Rey is a CNCF Ambassador and DevOps Institute Ambassador.
Cailyn Edwards (she/her) is a CNCF Ambassador and a Senior Security Engineer at Auth0 by Okta, where she spends her time paving roads, putting up guard rails and generally helping to secure the cloud. She is also an active contributor to SIG-Security and 2022 Contributor Award recipient. Her current focus is on network, and Kubernetes multi-tenancy security. Outside of work Cailyn can be found running, playing squash, walking her dogs or working in the garden.
Marina Moore is a PhD candidate at NYU doing research about software supply chain security with a focus on secure software delivery and update. She is also a co-chair of CNCF’s TAG Security and a maintainer of TUF, in-toto, Uptane, and SBOMit. Her work focuses on the interaction between research and real-world application through open source contribution and discussion.