“Serverless” cloud architectures that leverage services such as AWS Lambda and Azure Functions are transforming how we build and deploy applications.
Serverless applications also require us to transform how we think about keeping our data secure.
In this Cloud Security Masterclass session, we dig into how security is different for serverless cloud infrastructure environments —and what hasn’t changed. Fugue itself is an at-scale “serverless” SaaS product built on AWS, and Josh Stella (co-founder and CTO) is joined by Curtis Myzie (VP of Engineering) and Wayne Crissman (Director of Security) to walk through what it takes to keep data and applications secure in a serverless environment.
This session will cover:
- How going serverless “shifts” the Shared Responsibility Model
- The serverless attack surface — what’s changed and what stays the same
- Modern serverless attack vectors, including IAM misconfiguration attacks
- The impact of serverless on compliance audits
- Dos and don’ts to keep your serverless environment and data secure
Watch the Masterclass.
Josh Stella is Co-founder and CTO of Fugue, the cloud infrastructure automation and security company. Fugue identifies security and compliance violations in cloud infrastructure and ensures they are never repeated.
Previously, Josh was a Principal Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services, where he supported customers in the area of national security. He has served as CTO for a technology startup and in numerous other IT leadership and technical roles over the past 25 years.
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.
At Fugue, Curtis helped build the company's SaaS offering as a Principal Engineer before moving into his current role. Prior to joining Fugue in 2018, Curtis served as CTO of Advanced Simulation Technology, Inc. where he specialized in realtime audio and communications hardware and software for professional flight simulators and other training systems.
While away from the keyboard, you might find Curtis hanging out with his two boys, working with them on various kid-sized engineering projects. Curtis holds a BS in Computer Science from the University of Virginia.
Wayne brings over 10 years of experience in software engineering to his role as director of security at Fugue. His day-to-day focus is ensuring customers are successful through Fugue's security initiatives. Wayne joined Fugue shortly after it was founded where he has spent the last four years contributing to and leading efforts in product development.
Prior to joining Fugue, Wayne was a consultant whose projects took him around the country. Before that, Wayne was a contractor for the U.S. Coast Guard where he supported mission-critical systems in their important role of keeping the country's waterways safe.