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Security Policy Management in Hybrid Cloud Environment


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Sponsored by TUFIN

Tuesday, February 16, 2021
11 a.m. ET
The need to centrally manage security policies across cloud and hybrid environments has become critical for organizations to:
a) retain the agility/speed of cloud deployment
b) reduce risk due to misconfigurations and compliance requirements.
c) accurately project and control costs
As cloud adoption continues to grow at the anticipated rate over the next few years, the mandate to deploy a strategy that includes a centralized security policy management will also grow. Comprehensive visibility and the ability to quickly apply policies at the most granular levels will allow enterprises to embrace the agility of a more secure cloud with confidence.
Colby Dyess
Director, Cloud Product Management - Tufin
Colby has 20+ years of experience in leading development, delivery and marketing of enterprise software solutions. As Director of Product Management at Tufin, Colby works with Fortune 1000 companies to accelerate digital transformations and improve cloud security posture through policy automation

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