Kubernetes Master Class: 

Find Security Vulnerabilities in your Kubernetes Cluster

with Infrastructure Engineer Kelly Griffin

Online Training: February 25, 2020



Kelly Griffin

Kelly Griffin is an infrastructure, security and microservices consultant with more than 20 years’ experience delivering enterprise solutions. Kelly has worked with enterprise clients in Australia, Singapore, New Zealand and around the globe.  

His experience includes Azure, AWS and Google Cloud, containerization with Docker and Kubernetes and security through cloud and containerization.

He helps customers drive cloud-native adoption and modernize business and application services.

Kelly works independently and in team engagements and has developed in-depth skillsets for helping customers leverage cloud-native services to modernize. 



Security is one of the most talked-about topics for Kubernetes users. Google “Kubernetes security” and you'll find a huge number of articles, blogs and more. The reason is simple: you need to align your container and Kubernetes security with your organization’s existing security profile.

There are some great tools available that leverage the CIS benchmark to provide visibility into potential security risks within your current Kubernetes environment and alignment to your security practices. This master class will teach you how to use two key Kubernetes security tools: kube-bench and kube-hunter.

In this Kubernetes Master Class, we will discuss and demo:

  • Key takeaways from the Center of Internet Security (CIS) Kubernetes benchmark guidelines
  • How to align your Kubernetes landscape and practices with CIS benchmarks
  • Check for vulnerabilities that might be used for exploitation
  • Live demo of two tools for finding and fixing Kubernetes security vulnerabilities in your clusters: kube-bench and kube-hunter


  • Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2020
  • Time: 9:00 AM Australian Eastern Daylight Time