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Securing the Path to Cloud Migration and Development


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Sponsored by TUFIN

Tuesday, June 29, 2021
11 a.m. ET
Whether you are migrating workloads to the cloud or developing new applications, securing multiple assets follows much the same path. You must consider management of access and connectivity as well as demonstrate an adherence to multiple directives – whether compliance or business mandates. Without full visibility of all possible controls, it is difficult to completely understand connectivity and access risks both at the perimeter and “inside” the cloud.
As Cloud and Security teams seek to balance agility with security, the value of security policy management has proven critical to timely and successful deployment:
  • Understand current and future security risks
  • Build repeatable (and automated) processes
  • Articulate guidance for deployment
  • Ensure end-to-end visibility across the migration/development lifecycle
These considerations will drive alignment across the organization as you seek to programmatically control risk with comprehensive security policies -- and get to production quickly. Join us for a live walkthrough of the insights and technology that supports this path.
Technical Product Manager, Cloud, UK - Tufin
Jonathan Campbell is a highly experienced Technical Product Manager with a wealth of knowledge in the security industry from Public Cloud and DevOps to traditional firewalling and networking.
Cloud Security Expert - 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.

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