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Cloud Computing Therapy Session - Cara Marie, Andy Cooper Derbycon 2018 (Hacking Illustrated Series InfoSec Tutorial Videos)

Cloud Computing Therapy Session
Cara Marie, Andy Cooper
Derbycon 2018

You don't have to hate your motherboard, or want a magic wand to solve all your computering problems because everyone is medicating with the cloud these days, but not every cloud platform is created equal. Much like security conference attendees each cloud has its own special sauce, and “idiosyncrasies”. Azure has a shadow twin no one likes to discuss, GCP hands out public IPs like it’s 1983 again, and AWS is praised as the golden child because they did their homework. While ranting about these quirks Cara and Andy plan on presenting some of the solutions that they have written to deal with a few of the more annoying issues that can rear their ugly heads when deploying in the cloud.

Cara Marie: Cara has been traveling the world breaking networks, applications, and protocols professionally for over 5 years. Currently, she is a Security Engineer at Datadog working on building out their offensive security. When she isn’t breaking networks, building bombs (https://bomb.codes), or giving talks, she can be found baking ugly pies and killing zombies. Andy Cooper: Andy Cooper is a pentesting consultant turned blue team try-hard. Currently he works for Datadog as a Security Engineer working with AWS security primarily. If he isn’t working he is often found in his Dallas home electrocuting himself on accident or building cool things with high voltage.

Andy Cooper - @integgroll, Cara Marie - @bones_codes

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