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Simplifying Security for OpenShift and Ansible Environments with CyberArk


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Thursday, May 28, 2020
1pm EST

Simplify the security of OpenShift and Ansible environments while also enhancing your organization’s security posture by leveraging CyberArk’s out-of-the-box certified integrations with Red Hat. In this session you’ll learn how to leverage and adopt security industry best practices while avoiding impacting developer velocity.

This session will provide:

  • A clear understanding of the requirements for securing the credentials and secrets used by applications, containers, DevOps tools and automation scripts
  • The benefits of supplementing the native secrets management and security capabilities of OpenShift and Ansible with the certified integrations of the CyberArk platform
  • Why and how to secure credentials for both human users and non-human identities
  • How to get started with Open Source and next steps

CyberArk, the global leader in privileged access management, offers the industry’s most complete solution for securing both the credentials and secrets used by applications, Playbooks, scripts and other non-human identities, as well as human users. CyberArk solutions are deployed at many of the world’s largest enterprises including over half the Fortune 500.

Joe Garcia
CISSP - DevOps Security Engineer, CyberArk
As a DevOps Security Engineer, Joe Garcia has a strong background in DevOps, Cloud and Security and is currently focused on helping customers implement and scale effective secrets management solutions. As CyberArk's subject-matter expert in automation, Joe Garcia shares CyberArk's vision of building a security community that is as agile as the automation they are securing in today's fast paced environments. You can typically find him spreading that shared vision at DevOps events, conferences, webinars, podcasts, and anywhere automation is a hot topic. Prior to that, as a CyberArk customer, Joe worked at Raymond James Financial, most recently serving in their Security Operations Center (SOC) focused on Vulnerability and Monitoring - dealing with everything from data automation from the Qualys Cloud all the way down to producing comprehensive compliance metrics for the division. Joe is a CISSP, Six Sigma Yellow Belt, and is a Certified AWS Technical Professional.
Dave Meurer
Global Security Partner Solution Architect - Red Hat
Dave Meurer currently serves as a Principal Solution Architect on the Red Hat Global Partner Security ISV team, where he owns technical relationships and evangelism with security independent software vendor partners of Red Hat. Before joining Red Hat, Dave spent 9 years in the Application Security industry with Synopsys and Black Duck, where he served in similar roles as the director of technical alliances and sales engineering. Dave also worked for Skyway Software, HSN.com, and Accenture in various management and application development roles. When he’s not thinking about k8s, security, and partners, he enjoys being the VP of Sales, North Central Tampa for his wife (the CEO) and 5 kids (Inside Sales). Follow him on LinkedIn and Twitter at @davemeurer. He mostly just posts pictures of homemade pizza.

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