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As cloud computing continues to reshape the modern IT landscape, the approach to cloud security must also undergo a seismic shift. Over the years, cloud security posture management (CSPM) has undergone a remarkable transformation, adapting to the ever-changing needs of cloud-native environments.

Join us on Tuesday, August 29, 2023 as we embark on a journey to trace the evolution of CSPM from inception to its cutting-edge state today. In this Techstrong Learning Experience, we will dive into the evolution of CSPM, exploring the beginnings of the solution, the challenges it aimed to address, and why agentless-only scanning no longer provides real cloud security. Throughout this session, we will analyze the pivotal milestones that have shaped the evolution of CSPM, from basic configuration checks to sophisticated behavioral threat detection and beyond. Then, we'll speculate on what the future holds and how CSPM can keep evolving to address future cloud and cloud-native security challenges.

Don't miss out on this opportunity to explore the past, present and future of CSPM. Secure your spot now.

Key highlights of the webinar:

  • The genesis of CSPM: Understanding its origins and initial motivations.
  • Evolutionary stages: A comprehensive overview of CSPM's development over the years
  • Key challenges and solutions: Examining the pain points CSPM has tackled along the way
  • Advanced CSPM capabilities: Understanding the latest innovations driving CSPM effectiveness
  • The future of CSPM: Predicting the trajectory and upcoming trends in cloud and cloud-native security
Erin Stephan
Principal Cloud Security Manager - Aqua Security
A seasoned cybersecurity professional with a passion for securing cloud environments. As the Principal Cloud Security Manager at Aqua Security, she leads a team of experts in developing and implementing robust security solutions for cloud-native applications and containerized environments.
John Masserini
Senior Research Advisor - TAG Cyber
A three-time, 18-year veteran CISO, John's experience in building and developing global information security programs has led to his in-depth understanding and appreciation of the intersection of technology solutions, human interaction, and risk acceptance. Prior to his CISO roles, John held key leadership positions at several information security market leaders such as VeriSign and Guardent, as well as leading integrators such as EDS and SAIC.
Jill Malandrino
Global Markets Reporter - TAG Cyber
Resourceful and experienced markets reporter, leveraging experience gained from institutional equity trading. Brings expertise in global finance and economics, identifying trends influenced by global events, market structure, digital assets, and the regulatory environment. Travel extensively around the globe as an exclusive media provider to the most influential financial and fintech conferences. Known for insightful and creative solutions, leadership skills, and elevating content to differentiate competitive products in the financial media space.

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