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Why Zero-Trust Segmentation Beats CVE Chasing All Day, Every Day


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Scanning for and remediating vulnerabilities has become a very common—and necessary—security practice in many software development environments. Unfortunately, “CVE chasing” has also become the primary security activity performed early in the SDLC, sometimes even prioritized over other security layers that are overly complex or negatively impact development velocity.

NeuVector (now part of SUSE) security engineer Tracy Walker will compare CVE scanning with zero-trust segmentation and offer real examples of organizations automating zero trust early in their SDLC to block zero-day vulnerabilities their CVE scanning couldn’t prevent.

Tracy Walker
Sr. Solutions Engineer - NeuVector
Tracy Walker has spent more than 26 years in IT delivering software and technology projects from startups to Fortune 100. Delivering software using unique technologies, processes and organizational cultures, Tracy brings uncommon experience breadth and empathy of an environment's unique challenges. Tracy currently assists organizations automating behavior-based zero-trust security via NeuVector (now part of SUSE), maximizing container supply chain and runtime security with zero impact to delivery velocity.

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