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Monday, February 26th, 2024
11 am ET
What You’ll Learn in This Webinar
How do you know your container security program is effective? Can you balance large-scale operational needs with the granularity required to allow specific engineers to remove critical security risks? Can containers' runtime context help engineers prioritize security risks?
Join experts from AWS and Mend.io in an enlightening webinar where we'll introduce innovative techniques to uncover critical risks, prioritize them effectively within the AWS cloud environment and efficiently address them with the right stakeholders.
Key topics include:
Identifying and addressing the most pertinent security risks for resolution
Leveraging insights from AWS within the EKS framework to enhance triaging processes
Streamlining the closure of identified vulnerabilities to ensure efficient communication within developers' workflows across the organization at scale
Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and optimize your container security strategy. Register now to secure your spot!
VP of Product - Mend.io
Ariel Shuper, VP Product at Mend. Prior to Mend, Ariel co-founded Atom Security which developed a breakthrough technology identifying exploitable CVEs by static scans. Before Atom, Ariel led Cisco's cloud-native security platform (Kubernetes, Istio, etc), and before that was VP of Product at Portshift Security (which was acquired by Cisco). Ariel is an active contributor to CNCF security initiatives and open-source projects (e,g, KubeClarity ((https://github.com/cisco-open/kubei), FunctionCalrity, and more)
Principal Solutions Architect - AWS
James Ferguson is an AWS Principal Solution Architect with a specialty in Security, has been with AWS for 4 years and in the technology space for 25 years. James has helped develop ground breaking products such as the world’s first low code app environment for mobile, been a CTO, CIO and helped some of the world’s largest companies in their cloud migrations and strategies. James continues to innovate on behalf of customers and some of AWS most impactful known solutions he had a hand in helping innovate on and create with our amazing customers.
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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar
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