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Cloud Security


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Providing ‘How-To’ Cloud Security knowledge to help teams reduce ongoing operations and administrative costs, increase reliability and availability, and more easily scale as you embrace the benefits of cloud computing.

This session will provide guidance based on the experiences of what successful companies are doing to defend against modern cyber threats.

The guidance will be based on five key skill domains:

  • Human Aspects
  • Process and Frameworks
  • Functional Composition
  • Intelligent Automation
  • Technology Ecosystem

The range and scope within the domains can be overwhelming to individuals and organizations.  

Breaking down these five domains into practical knowledge is the basis for this webinar as our all-star panel of experts will provide discreet buildable “how-to” knowledge on Cloud Security crossing people, process and technology stacks.

Justin McCarthy
CTO & Co-Founder - strongDM
Justin originally developed empathy for Operations as a founding and pager-carrying member of many operations and data teams. As an Executive, he has led Engineering and Product in high-throughput and high-stakes e-Commerce, financial, and AI products. Justin is the original author of strongDM's core protocol-aware proxy technology.
Philippe Humeau
CEO & Co-Founder - CrowdSec
Philippe Humeau graduated in 1999 as an IT security engineer from EPITA (Paris, France). He founded his first company at the same time and quickly oriented it towards penetration testing and high-security hosting. He was also deeply involved in Magento’s community creation & animation in France and versed in eCommerce (wrote 4 books on the topic). In 2020, he founded CrowdSec, a company editing an eponymous open-source massively multiplayer firewall, leveraging both IP behavior & reputation to create a community and tackle the mass scale hacking problem. His crushes will forever be IT security, DevSecOps, and entrepreneurship.
Taylor Smith
Senior Product Marketing Manager - Bridgecrew by Prisma Cloud
Taylor is a senior product marketing manager for Bridgecrew by Prisma Cloud. He helps customers integrate security into DevOps practices to secure the entire cloud native stack. Previously, he held product marketing and strategy positions at Gremlin, Cisco and NetApp.
Yasser Fuentes
Technical Product Manager for Cloud Workload Security - Bitdefender
Yasser is a Security Practitioner with over 18 years of experience in Information Security. Along his career he has worked for Healthcare Providers, ISPs, MSPs and SOCs, among many others verticals and throughout multiple Information Security Domains. As a certified trainer Yasser has helped Sales and Technical Partners on technical enablement and has contributed to numerous architectural projects in both private and public sector. In regards to credentials and certifications, he possesses top Security Vendors Certifications such AWS Security Expert and AWS Architect, as well as worldwide recognized credentials such as CISM (ISACA) and CISSP (ISC2). Yasser was one of the founders of the ISC2 South Florida Chapter board where he served as Membership Services Chair.
Curtis Barker
VP Product Strategy, Field CTO - Rezilion
Curtis Barker has spent the past 10 years in technical sales and product management. Prior to Rezilion, Curtis spent 6 years at Symantec to manage their emerging mobile security products and went on to lead the Symantec product portfolio in their Asia Pacific region based in Singapore. Curtis transferred to Symantec HQ in Mountain View, California in 2016 to manage the introduction of emerging cloud security products. Curtis holds a Master's Degree in Electronic Communications Engineering (MEng) from the University of Sussex, UK.

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