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Shift Left Cloud Application & Workload Security: Threat Prevention from Code Through Runtime


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Join Asaf Shahar, cloud workload protection product manager at Check Point and Eran Orzel, chief customer and revenue officer at Argon Security as they delve into software supply chain security. Learn about security risks across applications and workloads throughout the cloud development life cycle and how to effectively shift security left to ensure threat prevention across all processes from code to production.

During this webinar, we will discuss the cloud application threat landscape, provide practical security and DevOps best practices to shift-left the security of cloud apps, and tips on how to apply a stronger security posture over your software supply chain and production environments.

Eran Orzel
Chief Revenue and Customer Officer - Argon Security
Eran Orzel is the Chief Revenue and Customer Officer at Argon Security. Prior to joining Argon, Eran held several roles at Check Point Software Technologies, most recently as the Global Head of Strategic Sales and Partnerships where he led and played a significant role in the rapid growth of Check Point’s major business growth engines.
Asaf Shahar
Senior Product Manager - Check Point Software Technologies
Asaf is a senior technology and product executive, with a proven track record of over 18 years of defining and delivering large scale complex products, architectures and technologies. Vast experience in security, cloud and networking.

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