Serverless Security: What’s left to protect?
I just had the pleasure of giving a talk about Serverless Security at the inaugural Serverless Computing conference in London, run by Situation Publishing (owner of The Register). The audience was very attentive and I got some great questions after my session. All in all the conference was great and staff behind the event was excellent!
I gave a session titled “Serverless Security: What’s left to protect?”, that revolved around how Serverless and Function-as-a-Service (FaaS) architectures change the security priorities that we’re used to — in which situations does a serverless design help, hurt or change security? The updated slides are posted below, and also embedded is the video of an older version of the talk I gave at ServerlessConf, for those not wanting to wait till the new video comes out 🙂