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The Importance of Visibility and Security of Critical Applications in Cloud Environments


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Wednesday, November 18, 2020
1 p.m. ET

As cloud and hybrid cloud adoption continues to grow, businesses are increasingly migrating critical applications to commercial cloud platforms and employing DevOps workflows. The shift to containers/DevOps strategies enables innovation velocity as well as improved user experience. However, these benefits create security challenges:

  • Agility — DevOps workflows and release velocity are often incompatible with traditional security processes.
  • Scalability — Autoscaling can rapidly replicate security vulnerabilities and compliance risks.
  • Delegation — Delegation of platform security to CSPs can create false sense of security when it comes to workloads.

Join this webinar to learn:

  • The best practices for migrating critical applications to the cloud securely
  • How to increase the efficiency of security processes in DevOps workflows
  • How to tie CI/CD processes to enforcement of security requirements
  • Why cloud consumption of your security solution should matter

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Scott Shinn
CTO - Atomicorp

Scott Shinn, CTO at Atomicorp, Inc. is a commercial and open source product developer and an author of "Troubleshooting Linux Firewalls."  Scott was also a lead developer for multiple open source security projects including OSSEC, clamav, mod_security, and openvas. Scott Shinn is a renowned expert and pioneer in the areas of cloud, virtualization and shared computing security. In addition to currently serving as CTO for Atomic Corporate Industries, Scott serves as the project manager for the OSSEC open source project. Scott was a major contributor to the development of the fist commercial intrusion detection device for the Wheel Group which was acquired by Cisco where he continued to contribute post acquisition. He was also a co-founder of Plesk Inc. which was acquired by SW-Soft and co-founder of Prometheus Global Corporation. Scott has also served as chief network manager for the White House, where he built and ran the organization’s network management.

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