Bad actors continue to target our Linux systems. With a small amount of effort, we can detect their first access to the system and stop them before they move laterally. But how did they get into our systems in the first place? And what are the procedures for a swift detection and response? In this on-demand webinar, Jay Beale, co-founder and CTO of InGuardians, will attack a Linux system, achieve initial access, escalate privilege, and then take the first step to move laterally. He’ll then demonstrate how to detect the attack and automatically respond to it. Tune in to this session and:

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Jay Beale, CEO, CTO at InGuardians, Inc.

Jay Beale is CTO and CEO for InGuardians. He works on Kubernetes, Linux and Cloud-Native security, both as a professional threat actor and an Open Source maintainer and contributor. He's the architect of the open source Peirates attack tool for Kubernetes and Bustakube CTF Kubernetes cluster. Jay helps create and run DEF CON's Kubernetes CTF, is a member of the Kubernetes organization, and previously co-led the Kubernetes project's Security Audit Working Group. Since 2000, he has led training classes on Linux & Kubernetes security at public conferences and in private training.

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