Discussion panel: Keep your Airflow secure

(17:30-18:20 UTC) -
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You might have heard some recent news about ransomware attacks for many companies. Quite recently the U. S. Department of Justice has elevated the priority of investigations of ransomware attacks to the same level as terrorism. Certainly security aspects of running software and so called “supply-chain attacks” have made a press recently.

Also, you might have read recently about security researcher who made USD 13,000 via bounties by finding and contacting companies that had old, un-patched versions of Airflow - even if the ASF security process was great and PMC of Airflow has fixed those long time ago.

If any of this rings a bell, then this session is for you.

In this session Dolev (security expert and researchers who submitted security issues recently to Airflow), Ash and Jarek (Airflow PMC members) will discuss the state of security and best practices for keeping your Airflow secure and why it is important. The discussion will be moderated by Tomasz Urbaszek, Airflow PMC member.

You can get a glimpse of what they will talk about through this blog post.

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You might have heard some recent news about ransomware attacks for many companies. Quite recently the U. S. Department of Justice has elevated the priority of investigations of ransomware attacks to the same level as terrorism. Certainly security aspects of running software and so called “supply-chain attacks” have made a press recently.

Also, you might have read recently about security researcher who made USD 13,000 via bounties by finding and contacting companies that had old, un-patched versions of Airflow - even if the ASF security process was great and PMC of Airflow has fixed those long time ago.

If any of this rings a bell, then this session is for you.

In this session Dolev (security expert and researchers who submitted security issues recently to Airflow), Ash and Jarek (Airflow PMC members) will discuss the state of security and best practices for keeping your Airflow secure and why it is important. The discussion will be moderated by Tomasz Urbaszek, Airflow PMC member.

You can get a glimpse of what they will talk about through this blog post.