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Div0 Workshop — Basics of Docker Container

Docker containers are continuously used in today's DevSecOps world. Docker helps in deploying applications very easily and ensures that the application runs exactly in a similar manner in production systems.

Dockers are heavily used in CI/CD pipelines, DevSecOps, Cloud and agile development. Many organisations are building and maintaining container technology to get scalability and speed with fewer resource allocations.

The focus of this workshop is to introduce the basics of Docker containers and how to build Docker containers. Attendees should have a basic understanding of Linux and Linux commands.

This is a 2-part workshop — each module conducted across 2 Saturdays:

  1. 25 Sep 2021, 1.30pm-5.30pm — Basics of Docker Container Part 1

  2. 02 Oct 2021, 1.30pm-5.30pm — Basics of Docker Container Part 2

To attend the workshop, you must commit to attending all 2 lessons.

This workshop will be conducted Live Online via Zoom. The Zoom link will be made available to selected registrants.


MONIKA TALEKAR is a cybersecurity professional and a security enthusiast with more than 6 years of experience. Her areas of expertise are Web/Mobile/Network pentesting, DevSecOps, Source Code Review, and SIEM.

Monika likes to teach and has conducted talks and workshops, and has organised CTF at various cybersecurity communities such as Div0, Div0-WICS, WoSEC Singapore, null, and InfosecGirls. Her main areas of talks were related to Web applications security, reverse engineering, and mobile application security. She was recognised as one of the “Top 20 Women In Cybersecurity In Singapore 2020”.

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