Daniel Walsh — Mr SELinux, Red Hat
As container use gains popularity, container security is more important than ever. This talk is split into 4 parts detailing security measures in containers, signing, authentication and authorization with the daemon, and mandatory access control.
In this session, you will:
-Learn about the security measures in container management that control what processes within a container can do, and hear about upcoming security enhancements to containers.
-See how container images are signed.
-Discover authentication updates being made to the server to control who’s able to manipulate a container, and learn how developers are splitting functions that an authenticated user is allowed to do on the server.
-Learn how SELinux works and how it works with Docker.