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CTO Fireside Chat - DevSecOps Predictions for 2021


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by SONATYPE

Thursday, February 11, 2021
11 a.m. ET

The complexity of modern software supply chains means today’s CTOs need to be concerned with more than just open source and third party libraries. One critical area? Containers. As containers are increasingly utilized by devs and ops, these teams need to more accurately evaluate risk and vulnerabilities.

Join our second installment of the CTO Talk Series to hear from NeuVector Co-Founder and CSO, Fei Huang, and Sonatype’s CTO, Brian Fox, to explore some of your most burning questions about container security:

  • What can we expect to see on the innovation front for container security in 2021?
  • Are there any essential or best practices for securing containers?
  • What are some challenges you see with what’s currently available in the market for container security?
Fei Huang
Co-Founder and CSO - NeuVector



Brian Fox
CTO - Sonatype



Mitchell Ashley
CEO - Accelerated Strategies Group



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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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