Dear Berlin Security Community,
We are happy to be able to welcome you to the first Security Night of 2020.
This time we have three interesting talks:
1. Attack surface of Kubernetes by Johannes Baer of GG-Sec https://www.gg-sec.com/
"In this talk I will try to give you all a quick introduction of what the actual attack surface of Kubernetes is - by that I mean what really potentially changes for an attacker as soon he compromises an environment which has been deployed in a container managed by Kubernetes. By doing so, we will touch some of the more important parts of security aspects of Linux containers as well as the new attack surface that might be introduced when managing them using Kubernetes and how to manage it."
2. Introductions of Computer Forensics by Tobias Mayer from http://riskreduction.net/
"Computers can be considered a 'scene of a crime', as they hold evidence about real-world crimes, like fraud, forgery, theft, and others. But they themself are also victims of attacks, so valuable or sensitive information is getting stolen, services are disrupted or data is manipulated for the gain of others. In this talk, we will have an overview about the field of investigating such events. This involves legal considerations, forensic processes, and technical aspects."
3: Buffer Overflows (Foundational Talk) by Martin
"In our first foundational talk, I want to introduce the most important basics of buffer overflows. These are bugs in software and, if successfully exploited by an attacker, could pose a security risk to our assets. To mitigate risks, operating systems and compilers have been optimized in order to implement proper controls."
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