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Vulnerability Discovery in the Cloud


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Sponsored by LACEWORK

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
3 p.m. ET

In the era of cloud generation, the constant activity around workloads and containers create more vulnerabilities than an organization can keep up with. Using legacy security vendors doesn't set you up for success in the cloud. You’re likely spending undue hours chasing, triaging and patching a countless stream of cloud vulnerabilities with little prioritization.

Join us for this live webinar as we detail how to streamline host and container vulnerability workflows for your software teams wanting to build fast in the cloud. We'll be covering how to:

  • Get visibility into active packages and associated vulnerabilities
  • Reduce false positives by 98%
  • Reduce investigation time by 30%
  • Spot a legacy vendor looking to do some cloud washing


Sean Valois
Senior Sales Engineer - Lacework
Sean Valois is a senior sales engineer at Lacework. Sean has extensive experience in technical account management. He has a strong background in the computer and network security industry. He has worked with the largest enterprise customers to analyze and find solutions for their security needs and has assisted with security design and implementation.
Pat Haley
Senior Sales Engineer - Lacework
Pat Haley is a senior sales engineer at Lacework. In this role, he helps organizations to implement comprehensive, continuous end-to-end security for workloads, containers, users, Kubernetes, and cloud accounts running in multi-cloud environments. He has worked for 15+ years in various customer facing, technical roles helping organizations secure their environments and build automated workflow solutions.

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