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How Worldpay Protects Cardholder Data with Sysdig & Red Hat OpenShift


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Wednesday, May 12, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Safeguarding sensitive credit card data in a massively dynamic multi-cloud infrastructure is no walk in the park. Hear how global payment service provider, Worldpay, is achieving its mission of 100% cloud usage with PCI compliance from development through production. Utilizing a secure DevOps approach with Red Hat OpenShift and Sysdig, Worldpay achieves container security at scale - and so can you.

We’ll also provide an update on how Sysdig extends Red Hat OpenShift’s security capabilities, including:

  • Image scanning and vulnerability management 
  • Threat detection and response at runtime using open source Falco or Sysdig Secure 
  • Incident response, container forensics and audit
  • Security monitoring across multiple clouds
  • Continuous compliance and cloud security posture management
Bernd Malmqvist
Senior Development Manager, Platform Engineering - Worldpay/FIS
Senior Development Manager, Platform Engineering - Worldpay/FISSenior Development Manager, Platform Engineering - Worldpay/FIS
Director of Product Marketing - Sysdig Secure



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