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Keys to better container and Kubernetes security with DevSecOps practices

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As the move to cloud-native applications and services has accelerated, concerns about better securing these new applications and the underlying Kubernetes infrastructure have also grown. How do you adapt security practices for a containerized hybrid cloud environment? Workloads are temporary. Traditional security tools often don’t work for cloud-native technologies. Security needs to be declarative, built-in, and automated. Apps need to be natively more secure. Security needs to shift left in the application life cycle. But how do you put DevSecOps principles into practice?

Join this webinar to see how you can adapt security best practices for cloud-native environments, including:

  • Best practices for automating security checks and remediation in the software supply chain.
  • Hardening your container and Kubernetes infrastructure and workloads.
  • Detecting and responding to runtime threats.

Live event date: Wednesday, May 5, 2021 | 2:00 p.m CEST

On-demand event: Available for one year afterward.

Kirsten Newcomer

Kirsten Newcomer

Director, Cloud and DevSecOps Strategy, Cloud Platforms, Red Hat

Kirsten works closely with Red Hat’s many security professionals across the Red Hat portfolio of open source offerings. Kirsten is a diversified software management professional with 20+ years of experience in security, application development, and infrastructure solutions. Prior to joining Red Hat, Kirsten provided strategic direction for Black Duck’s open source security and governance solutions.

Chris Porter

Chris Porter

Director of Solutions Architecture, Red Hat

Chris  joins Red Hat via acquisition of StackRox, the leader in Kubernetes-native container security. Porter brings more than 20 years of experience in presales engineering roles, serving and advising customers on security for email, web, cloud, and now Kubernetes and containers. Porter is a certified Cloud Solutions Architect and Cloud Security Specialist and the author of a Cisco Press book on email security.


Graham Berry

EMEA Red Hat OpenShift Go-to-market Manager, Red Hat

Graham has more than 20 years of experience in the enterprise software market. He works with clients to understand their transformation requirements and how open hybrid cloud solutions from Red Hat can assist in their business goals.

Pierluigi Scardazza

Pierluigi Scardazza

EMEA Sales Lead Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management, Application Modernization and Runtimes, Red Hat

Pierluigi Scardazza is a Sales Manager with 23+ years of international experience in multinational IT consulting companies and software vendors. Currently, he is responsible for the business development of the Application Modernization and Migration and Runtimes programs and Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management to support the clients' core business and IT transformation programs EMEA-wide.