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Automatic Guardrails for Enforcing Engineering Best Practices in Cloud Infrastructures


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Sponsored by TREND MICRO

Wednesday, November 4, 2020
11 a.m. ET

Organizations are rapidly adopting new technology in the cloud, but are often moving there in a fragmented way. In this session, hear how cloud builders are leveraging automatic guardrails to keep their cloud infrastructure secure, compliant, reliable and optimized for cost by using automatic guardrails to give engineers the freedom and flexibility to grow and innovate in the cloud with confidence.

Attend this webinar to learn how organizations can:

  • Move fast while staying secure
  • Build cloud centers of excellence
  • Integrate guardrails into DevOps processes
Adam Montville
Chief Product Architect - CIS
Adam Montville is the chief product architect for security best practices at CIS, where he helps lead a diverse team responsible for developing products and services supporting information security best practices and automation. Adam brings nearly two decades of information security experience to his team, and actively participates in several standards organizations, including the Internet Engineering Task Force. He has held a variety of technical and executive-level IT and security positions in both the public and private sectors, including the Department of Defense.
Michael Watts
VP of Product Management - Trend Micro
Michael Watts is the VP of product management, Cloud One – Conformity. Michael joined Trend Micro in 2019 as part of the acquisition of Cloud Conformity as the former co-founder and CEO. He has a depth of experience in cloud infrastructure security, compliance and optimization on the public cloud. Michael continues to share his cloud expertise to help customers build secure and reliable cloud environments.

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