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In the cloud, “serverless” architectures can shift a lot more security responsibility to the cloud service provider. But the responsibilities that remain yours look radically different than what many are used to.

In our first Cloud Security Masterclass session on serverless security, we surveyed what cloud security looks like for serverless environments. In this session, we’re going deep on the biggest and most important attack surface when it comes to serverless: Identity and Access Management (IAM). 

Josh Stella (co-founder and CTO) is joined again by Curtis Myzie (VP of Engineering) and Wayne Crissman (Director of Security) to dig into the role IAM plays with serverless security, how IAM misconfigurations put data at risk, and why these mistakes are so easy to make and common in enterprise cloud environments.

This session will cover: 

  • The IAM attack surface with serverless cloud environments 
  • The strategies hackers use to exploit IAM misconfigurations
  • How to spot these mistakes and eliminate them

This session will be a one-hour live discussion with open chat and Q&A throughout.

 

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Panelists

Josh Stella

CTO and co-founder, Fugue

Josh is co-founder and CTO of Fugue, the company delivering cloud infrastructure security and compliance. Previously, Josh was a Principal Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services (AWS), where he supported customers in the area of national security. Prior to Fugue, Josh served as CTO for a technology startup and in numerous other IT leadership and technical roles over the past 25 years.

Curtis Myzie

Vice President of Engineering, Fugue

Curtis, Fugue's Vice President of Engineering, has over a dozen years of experience in software development and engineering management at product-focused companies. He is always looking to help the Product team ship valuable product improvements day in and day out.