The crossroad of security and observability in Kubernetes

The elastic and ephemeral nature of cloud workloads dictates the speed with which a malicious event can be detected. Security tools need to be cloud-aware to be able to instrument and inspect the right event at the right time. Successful adoption of cloud technologies means leveraging pace of development, elasticity, and scale.

Watch this recorded session, led by Stan Lee (PayPal), to understand:

  • Why security must be deeply embedded in the design and implementation of products running in the cloud
  • How to adopt Kubernetes without compromising on security and compliance

About the speakers

Stan Lee Head of Security Architecture, PayPal

Stan is a cybersecurity professional who is passionate about business enablement through technology innovation. He currently leads the security architecture function at PayPal to define and build strategic security services, and enable the company to continuously innovate and grow its business in a rapidly evolving global threat landscape. Prior to his role at PayPal, Stan was responsible for product security at Palo Alto Networks, and enabled its journey to deliver cloud services. He has had leadership roles in multiple industries, including telecommunication, financial technology, biotechnology, educational institutions, and professional services.

Manish Sampat VP Engineering, Tigera

Manish Sampat is Vice President of Engineering at Tigera, where he is responsible for all engineering operations, including Calico Cloud (commercial product) and Project Calico (open-source Kubernetes networking project). Manish has over a decade of experience building security products, with deep experience in networking, network security and observability.
Twitter handle: @sampatms.