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When Less Is More: Full Life Cycle Serverless Security


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Serverless architectures revolutionized the way we build applications. Now, the cloud provider is responsible for the entire underlying infrastructure. Developers only need to worry about writing application code. However, this changes the attack vectors and security for these cloud-native applications.

Join Avraham Shulman as he provides a security overview of serverless applications as well as insights into what is unique about serverless and the attack vectors this architecture type leaves exposed. Then, he will discuss how to secure serverless workloads across the full development life cycle.

Avraham Shulman
Product Manager, Prisma Cloud by Palo Alto Networks
Avraham is an entrepreneur and a business technology leader with 10 years of experience in security and cloud. He served in an elite cyber security unit in the Israeli Defence Forces, led the fraud and web application security research at F5 Networks and helped secure automotive systems at Argus Cyber Security, which was acquired by Continental. He co-founded PureSec, the leader and pioneer in the space of serverless and cloud native security, which was acquired by Palo Alto Networks.

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