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Next Generation Vulnerability Assessment Using Datadog and Snyk

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Sponsored by DATADOG


Thursday, January 21, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Vulnerability assessment for teams can often be overwhelming. The dependency graph could be thousands of packages depending on the application. Triaging vulnerability data and prioritizing actions has historically been a very manual process, until now. With Datadog and Snyk, learn how to trace security and performance issues by leveraging continuous profiling capabilities for actionable insight that help developers remediate problems.

Join us on Thursday, Jan. 21 for a unique opportunity to learn more about continuous profiling, vulnerability management and the benefit to customers from using both of these products. In this webinar, you will:

  • Bust some myths around continuous profiling and learn how Datadog differentiates itself
  • See decorated traces in action for sample Java applications and understand how Snyk + Datadog reduce time to triage supply chain vulnerabilities
  • Learn roadmap information for upcoming public announcements from both partners
ANDREW KRUG
Technical Evangelist - Datadog

Andrew Krug is a Security Engineer specializing in Cloud Security and Identity and Access Management. Krug also works as a Cloud Security consultant and started the ThreatResponse project a toolkit for Amazon Web Services first responders. Krug has been a speaker at Black Hat USA, DerbyCon, and BSides PDX.

LIRAN TAL
Senior Developer Advocate - Snyk

Liran Tal is an experienced multi-disciplinary full stack software engineer specializing in building web applications with a broad experience of Linux engineering, and deeply passionate about open source software.

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