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How to Secure Your DevOps Pipeline With Red Hat and Synopsys


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Sponsored by RED HAT marketplace

Tuesday, August 24, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Organizations are diving headfirst into containerizing their applications. By 2022, according to Gartner, 75% of global organizations will be running containerized applications in production, up from less than 30% today.

Packaging up code and all its dependencies into a lightweight executable has never been easier, opening up cyber attack risk to the application layer. Due to the popularity, ease of use, and adoption of containers, the security component of containerized applications cannot be overlooked.

Join Red Hat and Synopsys to learn how to improve your security posture by identifying and managing all the open source and policy violations inside your containerized applications. In this webinar, we will discuss how the Red Hat OpenShift and Synopsys Black Duck integration helps modern enterprises:

  • Scan and secure containerized applications before and after deployment – seamlessly and automatically
  • Monitor containers continuously in QA and production environments with the Black Duck and OpenShift integration
  • Minimize the security, compliance, and code quality risks of open-source software
Dave Meurer
Global Solution Architect - Red Hat
Dave Meurer currently serves as a Principal Solution Architect on the Red Hat Global Partner Security ISV team, where he owns technical relationships and evangelism with security independent software vendor partners of Red Hat. Before joining Red Hat, he spent nine years in the Application Security industry with Synopsys and Black Duck, where he served in similar roles as the director of technical alliances and sales engineering.
Meurer also worked for Skyway Software, HSN.com, and Accenture in various management and application development roles. When he’s not thinking about Kubernetes, security, and partners, he enjoys being the VP Sales of North Central Tampa for his wife (the CEO) and 5 kids (Inside Sales).
Mike McGuire
Product Marketing Manager - Synopsys
Mike is a Product Marketing Manager at Synopsys, where he is focused mainly on the Black Duck software composition analysis tools and audit service. Beginning his career as a software developer, Mike transitioned into product management and marketing roles, as he enjoyed interfacing with the buyers and users of the products he worked on. Leveraging several years of development experience, Mike enjoys connecting the market’s complex AppSec problems with Synopsys’ comprehensive solutions.

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