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Immutable Security for Immutable Infrastructure


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by ACCURICS

Wednesday, August 5, 2020
1 pm EDT
As you adopt new technologies such as serverless, containers, and servicemesh, your cloud infrastructure is becoming increasingly immutable: if it needs to be modified in any way, new infrastructure has to be provisioned through code. The shift to immutable infrastructure is providing organizations with a unique opportunity to get proactive about securing cloud native infrastructure based on a new paradigm known as immutable security.

Join this talk to learn how to learn how to operationalize immutable security across cloud native infrastructure throughout the development lifecycle. We will discuss how to integrate security into your development pipelines and enforce best practices such as CIS Benchmarks, detect potential breach paths, as well as implement remediation as code for rapid issue resolution.

Cesar Rodriguez
Head of Developer Advocacy - Accurics
Cesar is the Head of Developer Advocacy at Accurics and has spent the last 10+ years working in the cloud security space, securing both private cloud working for the military as well as public cloud in the financial sector. He is passionate about contributing to the developer community through open source projects (Terrascan), blogs, and participating in local meetups.


What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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