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How VerticalChange Secures Sensitive Data Using Open Source Tools


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Sponsored by TELEPORT

Tuesday, February 16, 2021
1 p.m. ET

The VerticalChange platform runs in the cloud with security and availability being paramount. As an Advanced Public Sector Partner, the platform has been audited by AWS, passing some of their most strict implementation requirements. The team has onboarded a variety of newer open source tools. Setting up open source projects like Kubernetes, Teleport, and PostgreSQL to work together is something they are proud of and they will discuss how they got there in this interview style webinar.

CTO - Vertical Change
Dylan Stamat is a forward-thinking CTO and CEO that is constantly challenging the balance of product, business, and mission. Having been a part of the founding team of VerticalChange, he recently returned as CTO to help modernize the platform and tech stack. He has been a part of some interesting projects, and builds his foundations on top of open source tools and standards.

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