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Automating Security Policy to Accelerate CI/CD


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Sponsored by TUFIN

Tuesday, September 14, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Agility and speed are key drivers behind most DevOps, sometimes at the expense of secure development or timely security reviews. CI/CD often creates a challenge for organizations to maintain compliance as security policies are typically introduced much later in the development cycle, potentially increasing risks. The manual processes of checking dynamic security policies across the entire organizations as they adopt CI/CD at a scale is simply asking for a catastrophe to happen.

How can security policy automation drive agility in DevOps?

  • Helps organizations adopt ‘shift-left’ strategy with a rock-solid plan
  • Eliminates manual security checks late in the build cycle
  • Alerts developers to course-correct earlier in the build cycle
  • Assures security teams that their most updated security policies are incorporated in the CI/CD pipeline
  • Meets security and compliance requirements without impacting the agility of application development

This webinar will highlight strategies to introduce security policies into the build cycle, and automate updates to security policies in the code repository in order to allow developers access to the latest security team-defined policies while effectively accelerating CI/CD.

Jonathan Campbell
Technical Product Manager, Cloud, UK - Tufin
Jonathan Campbell is a highly experienced Pre-Sales Engineer with a wealth of knowledge in the security industry from Public Cloud and DevOps to traditional firewalling and networking.


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