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Secure Your Pipeline While Keeping Your Developers and Admins Happy


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by Red hat & tremolo security

Thursday, February 6
1pm EST

Your pipeline is the glue that holds your infrastructure and automation platforms together. Securing it is essential to protecting against software supply chain attacks and when done properly provides a much better experience for both your developers and administrators.

In this session, we'll look at common issues we've seen in large enterprises when securing their pipelines and how adding an identity layer to those pipelines streamlined the deployment process with higher levels of assurance and faster audits.

Marc Boorshtein
CTO - Tremolo Security
Marc has over a decade of identity and access management experience as a software engineer, product developer and consultant. Marc is experienced building, deploying and managing identity systems from all major vendors across numerous industries.  Marc has also spent time deploying identity systems in the federal government as well as in the private sector.  This deep experience is the foundation for Tremolo Security’s products.


What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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