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Secure Your Red Hat OpenShift Deployments Without Compromising Agility


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Sponsored by Red Hat Marketplace and TUFIN

Friday, October 9, 2020
1 pm EDT

According to Gartner, 99% of the security breaches in the cloud will occur from policy misconfigurations made by the customer – not the cloud platform vendor. This webinar will provide an overview of the potential misconfiguration issues and how you can use Tufin SecureCloud with Red Hat OpenShift to automate the creation and ongoing management of security policy configurations.

Topics covered:

  • Why misconfigurations are so easy to create
  • Create cloud-native security policies for Red Hat OpenShift using automation
  • Manage and monitor policy configuration throughout the SDLC lifecycle with API integration into your automation pipelines
Cloud Sales Engineer - Tufin
Over the past several years, Ben has designed and delivered automation solutions for everything containers as both a customer and vendor.  Now at Tufin, Ben collaborates with the IT security industry’s brightest minds and thought leaders to create a secure cloud and containerized environment at the speed and scale required for the fast-moving enterprises. In Ben’s spare time he is always intrigued, thinking, and researching where IT Technology might wind up in the future or spending time with family working on hands-on home remodel projects.

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