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Shift Left with NGINX Layer 7 Security


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Sponsored by NGINX (part of F5)

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
11:00 a.m. SGT / 2:00 p.m. AEDT

You have probably heard this over and over again, more so now in a highly digitally-powered world where apps is a way of life, that security should always be in the forefront of every IT team’s priorities. Where security at the perimeter is essential, many organizations, who are modernizing to be able to provide better customer experience, are struggling to meet the required speed of getting applications code pulled, tested and published due to disjointed DevOps and SecOps teams. Security should not be a bottleneck because security should be everyone’s problem, and app security best practices can be made a seamless part of DevOps workflows: Security-as-Code.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Best practices to defend web and layer 7 applications against a range of application attacks such as XSS, SQL injections, threat campaigns and so forth
  • How to identify and stop untrusted BOTS that help malicious actors to automate their attack
  • Security-as-Code: Start sooner and help security to "shift left," integrating into application development CI/CD pipelines
  • How to gain insight of overall security posture of the organization
Giriraj Rajawat
Sr. Solutions Engineer - NGINX

Giriraj Rajawat is a Technical Solution Architect for the NGINX Business Unit at F5 Networks based in Bangalore, India. With close to a decade of DevOps experience, he specializes in application delivery, routing, monitoring, and load balancing. He has vast experience in building modern applications in containerized environments, Kubernetes, and Red Hat solutions. Prior to joining NGINX, Giri was a Senior Enterprise Solution Architect at Sysdig. He was also worked at Red Hat as an OpenShift Specialist for close to 2 years prior to his stint at Sysdig. Giri has a degree in Information Technology, and has a Master’s Degree in Cyber Forensic and Information Systems from the University of Madras.

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