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Beyond Unification: How CNAP Should Reduce Cloud Security Risk


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By now, every security team understands that unification is the first step to securing their workloads in the cloud. Disparate niche solutions are impossible to manage, with differing security needs at different points in the cloud tech stack and for different types of microservices at different points in the SDLC. Unification can’t be the end goal, though, because cloud security teams are still struggling with alert fatigue, friction with DevOps and manually trying to prioritize where their attention and remediation is required. In this webinar, we will examine how to reduce cloud security risk and eliminate existing complexity in the cloud, by using smarter unification tools that can help security professionals reduce risk in the cloud and DevOps teams to remain empowered and agile.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to pull business objectives into the security alert prioritization process
  • Why establishing an asset's effective security policy in the cloud is critical to risk elimination
  • How to eliminate friction with DevOps teams and turn your organization’s security into an innovation enabler
Yuval Shchory
Head of Cloud Security Product Management, Check Point Software Technologies
Yuval is the Global Head of Cloud Security at Check Point and has a long history of helping organizations find the delicate balance between solving customer problems, building a product strategy and growing the business. Yuval is passionate about leading amazing product teams that build awesome products in the enterprise IT, cloud and security spaces.

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