Room 4 

16:20 - 17:20 


Talk (60 min)

Navigating the Cloud Native Security Landscape

Transitioning applications to the cloud offers numerous benefits, such as increased agility, innovation, and expedited time-to-market.


However, securing cloud-native applications presents a complex, multidimensional challenge that involves various teams, workflows, and infrastructure layers. As the attack surface expands, companies must enhance their understanding of how to bolster their security posture.

In this talk, we will delve into the cloud-native security landscape and demystify the numerous acronyms in the field, including CSPM, KSPM, CIEM, CWPP, CDR, and CNAPP. For each acronym, we will explore its meaning and associated attack surface, examine real-world exploitation examples, and discuss relevant research data. Furthermore, we will demonstrate an attack, such as Log4Shell, and explain how it relates to different security layers.

This presentation is designed for professionals in the computer software industry seeking to gain a better understanding of the cloud-native security landscape.

Pablo Musa

Pablo is a tenured speaker and trainer with a proven track record in the computer software industry. As an expert in the Observability ecosystem, he embraces the cutting-edge world of microservices and cloud-based monitoring and security. Holding a Master of Science (MSc) in Distributed Systems and Programming Languages, Pablo is a passionate educator who firmly believes in the power of knowledge sharing and its transformative impact on the tech community.