Meet Deepfence at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon In Person and Virtually
It’s almost time for KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021! If you’ll be at the event virtually or in person, we’d love to meet you, hear about how you approach cloud native security today, and show you how we can secure applications across Kubernetes, clouds, serverless, and more.
Where to find us
> If you’re attending in Los Angeles, visit Deepfence at Booth S56.
> If you’re attending virtually, visit the Deepfence virtual booth here.
We’ll be standing by ready to answer any questions you may have about our cloud native security observability solutions, and to show live demos of Deepfence ThreatMapper. Swing by anytime or if you’re building your schedule ahead of time …
We’re confident that learning how Deepfence ThreatMapper can help you secure your apps and infrastructure is a very compelling reason to meet with us. But we realize there’s a lot to experience at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon and your time is valuable, so continue reading below for additional info, including some sweet giveaways…
Why meet with us
It’s no secret that there’s a pressing need for developers, cloud, and security operations teams to stay ahead in today’s threat landscape to secure their apps and infrastructure. The number of vulnerabilities (CVEs) published each year by MITRE has been trending upward year over year, with more than 18,000 new vulnerabilities published last year, and tens of thousands of additional vulnerabilities come from other sources. Additionally, a report by GitHub states that vulnerabilities lie hidden for 4 years on average before discovery, and it takes 14 weeks on average to develop and distribute a fix, leaving enterprises vulnerable to cyber attackers who are developing techniques to exploit those potential issues.
Deepfence’s cloud native security experts will be standing by in person and virtually to live chat with you and show live demos of comprehensive cloud native security observability in action. If you’d rather book ahead or outside of event hours, as shared above, simply schedule a meeting at a time that works for you and we’ll see you then.
> In person, we’re standing by and giving live demos anytime the exhibit hall is open. Stop by!
> Virtually, live chat with us anytime, and we scheduled 6 office hours with live demos. Visit our booth during one or more of these sessions to see ThreatMapper live:
- Oct. 13 at 10:30 AM PT and 12:30 PM PT
- Oct. 14 at 10:30 AM PT and 12:30 PM PT
- Oct. 15 at 10:30 AM PT and 12:30 PM PT
Back by popular demand, we’re also offering our Beats by Dre Giveaway. Every KubeCon + CloudNativeCon North America 2021 attendee who visits the Deepfence booth virtually or in person (booth S56) will be entered into the drawing for a chance to win Beats Studio Buds. We’ll be giving away not one, but THREE, Beats Studio Buds in our giveaway. So be sure to meet us at the event, virtually or in person, for your chance to win.
Plus, for in-person attendees, we will be giving out a limited number of the first-ever t-shirt featuring Deepfence’s new logo! We recently changed our logo to more closely align to what Deepfence stands for — deep security, cloud native, open source, and distinctive. While we started with ‘security as a microservice’ as a main pillar of Deepfence technologies (thus the “d” in a hexagon in our previous logo), we have acknowledged our expanding role across cloud native environments. Yes we still provide security as a microservice, but we are also much more — we bring security deep into your applications and infrastructure with novel technologies like our out-of-band Deep Packet Inspection, we secure a broad spectrum of cloud modalities, we protect open source components in production, and our unique technologies not only help us stand out from other security vendors, but also help you see more and secure more in your cloud native environments. If you want a chance to score this sweet gear, stop by booth S56.
Why Deepfence and cloud native environments are the perfect pair
If you’re new to Deepfence, you may be wondering: why are Deepfence and cloud native environments a perfect pair? From the ground up, Deepfence was designed to secure cloud native environments and can be deployed across Kubernetes, containers, serverless, clouds, virtual machines, and bare metal.
Today’s DevSecOps teams need comprehensive visibility into their dynamic applications and infrastructure. Deepfence ThreatMapper auto-discovers your production infrastructure. It identifies and interrogates cloud instances, Kubernetes nodes, and serverless resources, discovering the applications and containers and mapping their topology in real time. ThreatMapper also augments any “shift left” scanning you do in your production pipeline, scans third-party components such as monitoring, security, or load-balancing tools, and identifies fresh vulnerabilities in production that were not known at build or deploy time. Finally, ThreatMapper ranks the discovered vulnerabilities based on CVSS and other severity signals, as well as their exploit method and proximity to your external attack surface. With ThreatMapper, you know what vulnerabilities pose the greatest threats, and what you must fix first.
If you have any questions about where and how to meet Deepfence at KubeCon + CloudNativeCon, virtually or in person, or questions about Deepfence and our cloud native security technologies, contact us anytime.