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How Safe Is Your Secret?


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by ARMO SECURITY

Wednesday, June 30, 2021
9 a.m. ET

There are different ways of managing and using secrets in the Kubernetes environment. Using cloud provider Key Management Systems (KMS), self-deployed 3rd party KMS such as Vault and Kubernetes Secrets to protect sensitive information. Each method had its own advantages and challenges like convenience, security, vendor lock-in, dependency on developers, DevOps constraints etc.

In this webinar, Leonid Sandler, ARMO CTO and co-founder, will reveal everything you should know before choosing Kubernetes secret management method.

Leonid Sandler
CTO and Co-Founder - ARMO
A cloud security veteran with more than 20 years of software security experience,. Leonid was the CTO of NDS (acquired by Cisco), which designed Cloud Security products serving the world largest content providers.

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