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What’s Next for DevSecOps: 'Shift Right' for Runtime Protection


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Shifting left – embedding security processes and output into the development pipeline – has been the focus for integrating security into DevOps for some time. Now that enterprises are approaching critical mass in moving their cloud-native applications to production, runtime protection is attracting more attention – especially from attackers. Even as DevOps teams progress in managing risk for their artifact pipelines, DevSecOps teams are now contending with new threats like supply chain attacks, sophisticated malware and cryptocurrency mining exploits.

Join AWS and partner Aqua Security to understand how automation for shifting security right can help with scaling cloud-native application delivery.

In this webinar, attendees will learn more about:

  • Runtime security threats and why attacks are on the rise
  • Why shifting right requires a new cloud-native security approach  
  • A consolidated approach to shifting left and shifting right that supports sustainable risk mitigation
  • Shifting right to enable compliance for cloud-native apps
Jake Meloche
Solution Architect - Aqua Security
Jake Meloche is a Solution Architect at Aqua Security for the last 2 years with a background in computer science. His focus is on the integrations to the cloud providers and on cloud-native security as a whole, helping implement best practice throughout the development life cycle, ensuring the highest level of security possible.
Steve Coplan
Director of Product Marketing, Strategic Alliances - Aqua Security
Steve is the Director of Product Marketing for Strategic Partners at Aqua. His experience spans industry research and analysis, corporate strategy and product marketing in data security and privacy.
Partner Solutions Architect - Amazon Web Services
Young is a Global Specialist Solutions Architect focused on Containers and Application Modernization at AWS. He works with partners and customers to think more strategically around their containers workloads on AWS. In his spare time, you will find him bouldering indoors, going to music festivals and taking mid-day naps.

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