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Zero-Trust Security for OpenShift and Hybrid Cloud


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Sponsored by RED HAT and sysdig


The constant risk of security breaches is driving DevOps and cloud teams to embrace a zero-trust approach to security. It’s critical to lock down your environment, but at the same time you don’t want to break existing applications and workflows.

Join Sysdig and Red Hat as we discuss how to get started with zero-trust security for containers and OpenShift in hybrid cloud environments. You’ll hear how to ensure you have the right guardrails in place to keep security and compliance in check as you accelerate your move to the cloud.

In this session you’ll learn:

  • What zero-trust principles you can put in place to protect your business
  • How to ensure proper access controls and configurations across clusters and clouds
  • Ways to leverage Kubernetes tools for network security and segmentation
  • How to capture the info you’ll need for forensics and response in the event of a breach
Eric Carter
Director, Product Marketing - Sysdig
Eric is Director of Product Marketing at Sysdig, focused on joint solutions with Sysdig’s partner ecosystem. Eric has worked with enterprise tech solutions in a number of domains including security, monitoring, storage and data protection. Prior to joining Sysdig, Eric led product marketing at software-defined storage startup Hedvig and has worked with a number of other tech firms including Riverbed and EMC. Eric holds a BA in public relations from Pepperdine University.
Vijayanand Viswanathan
Staff Solutions Architect - Red Hat
Vijay is a Staff Solutions Architect for Embedded and ISV partners at Red Hat. He has more than 22 years of experience designing and building distributed applications using various technologies. He has spent the last four years moving legacy applications to the cloud and building cloud-native applications on the OpenShift Container Platform.

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