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Solving Kubernetes Security Challenges Using Red Hat OpenShift and Sysdig

Webinar

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Sponsored by SYSDIG


Thursday, December 17, 2020
1 p.m. ET

The shift to containers is great because it helps accelerate application delivery, but it tends to complicate security, visibility and compliance. DevOps teams are learning that they can’t solve these new business challenges with traditional approaches. Moving to cloud-native infrastructure brings about critical security issues that can be avoided with the right solutions in place.

In this session, we'll discuss and demonstrate how three global companies avoided security and compliance issues using Red Hat OpenShift and Sysdig solutions to protect their businesses:

  • A payment processing provider deployed image scanning for PCI compliance but found developers drowned in false positives. They needed a way to tune vulnerability detection inside CI/CD pipelines and see beyond OS vulnerabilities to avoid risk.
  • Ford, one of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers, faced visibility issues with its rollout of stateful applications on Red Hat OpenShift. To meet security regulations, it needed to see inside containers to detect and stop threats.
  • A large credit card company found compliance to be one of the hardest problems to solve in a dynamic environment. With containers living only seconds, how could the firm capture activity data for compliance audits and forensics?
ERIC CARTER
Director of Product Marketing - Sysdig Secure

 

 

DAVE MUERER
Global Solution Architect, Security ISVs - Red Hat

 

 

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