Past Meetup

[workshop] Azure Cloud Security

This Meetup is past

40 people went

Location image of event venue

Details

We are pleased to announce Azure cloud security workshop by Tanya Janca

Please note, this is an invite only but FREE hands-on workshop, we can accommodate only few selected participants. If you get selected, you will receive email with all the details (Laptop setup, workshop location etc.,) from humla champion a week before the workshop.

Selection Criteria:

Selection (25-30 persons only) will be based on the following two criteria:

1. Contribution to the community. Speakers, humla, bachav champions, core team, volunteers and venue hosts will get priority to the workshop.

2. Passion towards Information security + attendance in previous meet ups.

If you are new to the community, selection will be based on the answers to the survey questions asked during the registration process. Please answer these questions carefully.

Agenda:

Have you ever wondered how security is different ‘in the cloud’? How is Cloud Security and the “Cloud Native” approach different than a traditional data center? Where do you store your certificates? Your keys? Your connection strings? How can you see what’s going on with your resources? How do you patch? Where can you see your server configs other important information? How do you manage an security incident? How do you even know that you’re having an incident?

This workshop has 3 parts:
1) Group discussion of how cloud native security is different than traditional data centre security
2) Demo of Azure Security Centre
3) Audience members investigate issues and mitigate security issues, in Azure, as a group

Demo will include:
Complete Azure Security Centre walkthrough
Policy and compliance, including subscription coverage
Resource Security Hygiene
Azure Security Centre Recommendations (mitigation of one or more items, dependent on time)
Threat Protection, Alerts and Logging
Applying System Updates

Audience Participation
(people who do not have a laptop can follow along with the teacher)
Load Azure Labs into your trial subscription
Upgrade Security Centre to “Standard” coverage
Check your security configurations and settings to ensure your apps are safe
Implement some of the recommendations
More as time permits.

What you will need if you want to participate after the demo:
A laptop running any modern operating system (Mac OS, Windows, Linux)
Modern web browser (Safari, Edge, Chrome, FireFox)
Wi-fi and internet
An activated Azure Trial. Please activate your trial before the workshop. The workshop will not wait if you have not activated your trail.

To activate your free Azure trail for this workshop please go here: https://aka.ms/Azure-Cloud-Security-Workshop

** If you have previously used your free Azure Trail you will not be able to have another one for this workshop.
**You will need to use a credit card to activate your trial, but the trial itself is free for 30 days, up to $200. We will use up to $30 of your credit with this workshop.

Hardware and Software Requirements:

- Laptop ( 4 GB Ram, 20GB of free disk space, working Wifi) with administrative access

Speaker Bio:

Tanya Janca is a senior cloud security advocate for Microsoft, specializing in application and cloud security; evangelizing software security and advocating for developers and operations folks alike through public speaking, her open source project OWASP DevSlop, and various forms of teaching via workshops, blogs and community events. As an ethical hacker, OWASP Project and Chapter Leader, Women in Security and Technology (WIST) chapter leader, software developer and professional computer geek of 20+ years, she is a person who is truly fascinated by the ‘science’ of computer science.

More awesome stuff from Tanya:
https://medium.com/@shehackspurple
https://DevSlop.co
https://twitter.com/shehackspurple