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Published on Mar 24, 2018
During the last 18 years of hacking systems and networks, hacking could be described as "looking for the one place somebody screwed up". This is premised on the idea that scale aids an attacker, because even a low incidence of security screw ups, turns into ample fodder at scale. Modern tools were going to save us. If we could deploy infrastructure as code, applying patches is as simple as rebuilding our Docker/Packer image, or updating one line in our Chef recipe. Containerisation means we can have security boundaries around our microservices, so a compromise of one, doesn't lead to a compromise of the whole application. And large infrastructure providers means best in the world security teams that can lock down their infrastructure. In this talk, we'd like to discuss the common security flaws we see in large networks (with some anecdotes from our own experiences) and ways of designing networks and systems to avoid them (also with some anecdotes).