FEATURED CONFERENCE

AWS re:Inforce

June 30-July 1, 2020 // Houston, TX

Event Date & Time Location & Type
Webinar-Cloud Security for Newly Distributed Engineering Teams

Transitioning to a distributed team environment introduces new cloud security risks that need to be addressed to avoid incidents and maintain compliance.  In this webinar, the Fugue Team will be joined by Dave Williams, Cloud Architect at New Light Technologies, to walk through practical steps engineering teams should take to avoid the security and compliance pitfalls with newly distributed cloud operations.  Specifically they'll cover:

  • Visibility over security groups, IAM users and other cloud infrastructure changes
  • adjusting processed to keep cloud infrastructure and data secure
  • Tips on maintaining team sanity when everyone is working from home
Date
Time
Location
Online
Type
Webinar
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BsidesCharm

Josh Stella, Fugue Co-Founder and CTO will be presenting: Hacking the Cloud: Simulating Advanced Cloud Misconfiguration Exploits.  

Preventing cloud-native exploits requires us to re-think cloud architecture and how we use services such as IAM. Josh will simulate advanced cloud attacks live, to demonstrate how common cloud misconfigurations are exploited to understand how we can prevent them, up front with secure architecture.

Date
Time
Location
Sheraton Baltimore North, 903 Dulaney Valley Rd. Towson MD 21204
Type
Speaking Session Conference
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AWS Cloud Security Meetup DC
JOSH STELLA, FUGUE FOUNDER AND CTO WILL PRESENT-HACKING THE CLOUD: SIMULATING ADVANCED CLOUD MISCONFIGURATION EXPLOITS

Josh will walk through a live demonstration of how hackers take advantage of common⁠ but overlooked cloud misconfigurations to gain access to environments, jump from account to account, discover resources to target, and exfil sensitive data.
This session will be performed live in the terminal and the AWS console, and will cover advanced topics that primarily focus on AWS IAM (Identity and Access Management) service misconfigurations. While focused on AWS, the concepts are readily applicable to other cloud platforms such as Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

Date
Time
Location
AWS 12900 Worldgate Dr., Herndon, VA
Type
Speaking Session & Sponsorship
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DevOps Days Baltimore

Josh Stella, Fugue's Co-Founder and CTO will be discussing: How Not to Get Hacked: Securing your Cloud Environment with Architectural and DevOps Best Practices 

Josh will run a live simulation of advanced cloud misconfiguration exploits to show a number of ways common cloud architectural anti-patterns create opportunities for hackers to gain entry to cloud environments, move laterally using tools like IAM services, and ultimately discover and breach data.

 

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Time
Location
Baltimore's Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology 701 Pratt St. Baltimore, MD 21202
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Speaking Session Conference
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Meetup: AWS Bay Area 

Josh Stella, Co-Founder and CTO will present:  A Live Demo of a Cloud Misconfiguration Breach

Cloud misconfiguration is now the leading cause of cloud-based data breaches, typically due to a lack of secure cloud architecture practices. Because cloud infrastructure is 100% software, cloud security is a software engineering problem, not a traditional security analysis problem. In order to prevent data breaches in the cloud, we must address it with secure software architecture right from the start.

Date
Time
Location
Intuit Building 6 2750 Coast Ave. Mountain View CA
Type
Sponsor/Speaking Session Meetup
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AWS Cloud Security Meetup DC

Fugue is proud to sponsor this meetup.  Please join Fugue at the meetup for great food, Fugue swag and networking!

Date
Time
Location
4250 Fairfax Drive, Arlington, VA
Type
Meetup
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AWS Cloud Security Meetup DC

Fugue Co-Founder and CTO will present- Addressing Cloud Security with Open Policy Agent (OPA)

Date
Time
Location
4350 Fairfax Dr. Arlington, VA
Type
Speaking Session/Meetup
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O'Reilly Software Architecture Conference

Josh Stella, Fugue Founder and CTO will present-Securing Your Cloud Environment with Architecture Best Practices

Josh will run a live simulation of  advanced cloud misconfiguration exploits to show a number of ways common cloud architectural anti-patterns create opportunities for hackers to gain entry to cloud environments, move laterally using tools like IAM services, and ultimately discover and breach data.  

At each step, Josh will share alternative approaches to architecting cloud infrastructure services to ensure our applications run efficiently while denying bad actors the tools and means to exploit them. Attendees will leave with actionable insights to evaluate their own cloud environment for misconfiguration vulnerabilities, how to address them, and how to bake secure cloud architecture approaches into software development. 

 

Date
Time
Location
Santa Clara Convention Center 5501 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Type
Speaking Session
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O'Reilly Infrastructure and Operations  Conference

Josh Stella, Fugue Co-Founder and CTO will present Simulating Cloud-Native Exploits Live: To Understand and Prevent Them

In this talk, Josh will run a live simulation of an advanced cloud misconfiguration exploits to show a number of ways common cloud architectural anti-patterns create opportunities for hackers to gain entry to cloud environments, move laterally using tools like IAM services, and ultimately discover and breach data. Many of the misconfigurations exploited won’t be flagged by compliance scans and often aren’t considered risky by security teams.

At each step, he will share alternative approaches to architecting cloud infrastructure services to ensure our applications run efficiently while denying bad actors the tools and means to exploit them. Attendees will leave with actionable insights to evaluate their own cloud environment for misconfiguration vulnerabilities, how to address them, and how to bake secure cloud architecture approaches into software development.

Date
Time
Location
Santa Clara Convention Center, 5501 Great America Parkway, Santa Clara, CA 95054
Type
Speaking Session
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InfoSec World-Cloud Security Summit

Join Josh Stella Co-Founder and CTO  as he discusses how traditional security approaches and solutions can’t prevent misconfiguration or detect associated data breaches; because cloud misconfiguration is a software engineering problem, not a security analysis problem. That’s good news, because with the right cloud security architecture, we can address cloud misconfiguration before hackers can find and exploit them.

The demonstration will utilize a running AWS cloud environment, but the concepts and misconfiguration risks are applicable to any cloud provider, including Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.

Date
Time
Location
Disney Coronado Springs Resort, Orlando, FL
Type
Speaking Session
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O'Reilly Open Source Software Conference

Josh Stella, Fugue CO-Founder and CTO will be presenting: Using Open Policy Agent for Cloud Infrastructure Security

The open source Open Policy Agent (OPA) is an ideal framework for cloud infrastructure secuirty.  This talk will walk through using OPA and the Rego language for cloud infrastructure policy-as-code, to eliminate manual processes and inject security into every phase of the software development lifecycle, including infrastructure as code pre-deployment checks.

Date
Time
Location
Oregon Convention Center 777 NE Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Portland, OR 97232
Type
Speaking Session/Conference
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Interop

We are excited to have Josh Stella, CTO and Co-Founder, speaking at Interop 2020 this year in Austin. Josh will be presenting: Simulating Real Time Cloud Misconfiguration Attacks to Improve Cloud Security

 

Date
Time
Location
Austin Convention Center, Austin TX
Type
Speaking Session/Conference
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Developer Week Cloud Edition-Seattle

Josh Stella Fugue Co-Founder and CTO will present: A Live Simulation of Cloud Misconfiguration Attacks

Josh will run a live simulation of an advanced cloud misconfiguration exploits to show a number of ways common cloud architectural anti-patterns create opportunities for hackers to gain entry to cloud environments, move laterally using tools like IAM services, and ultimately discover and breach data. Many of the misconfigurations exploited won’t be flagged by compliance scans and often aren’t considered risky by security teams.

Date
Time
Location
Grand Hyatt Seattle
Type
Speaking Session/Conference
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