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Integrating Data Security into the DevSecOps Toolchain


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Sponsored by FORTANIX

Tuesday, November 17, 2020
3 p.m. ET

Today, DevOps teams who aren’t security experts are often left to build secure applications and protect the sensitive data that their applications handle without the required tools, APIs, or guidance from information security professionals. Integrating security into DevOps to create DevSecOps requires a transformation of legacy data security infrastructure to support developers and help them build security such as secrets management. According to Gartner, by 2021, DevSecOps practices will be embedded in 60% of rapid development teams.

This webinar will demonstrate the following DevSecOps capabilities:

  • Secrets Management – Protecting credentials and API keys from compromise
  • Encryption – Integrating crypto into applications without having to learn crypto
  • APIs and Plugins – Providing developers with the data security interfaces they need during
    applications development
  • Tokenization – Substitute a token for sensitive data using a REST API to achieve privacy
Arvind Tripathy
Security Architect - Fortanix



David Greene
CRO - Fortanix



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