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Are We There Yet? The State of Cloud Native Application Security


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Sponsored by SNYK

Monday, May 17, 2021
9 a.m. ET / 3 p.m. CEST
Would you guess that 60% of organizations have more security concerns since adopting cloud native technologies (such as containers, infrastructure as code IaC, and serverless)?! With 78% of workloads now deployed on cloud native infrastructure - that's a big deal. 

Join this security expert panel as we discuss new, insightful, and surprising findings on cloud native application security from a recent Snyk survey. Learn about the changes in the threat landscape, the most common types of incidents, new ‘shift left’ trends and more.
Simon Maple
Field CTO - Snyk
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Ian Heritage
Cyber Security Architect - Trend Micro
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Jack Marsal
Director of Product Marketing - Dynatrace
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