Join us virtually for an advanced Cloud Security demo on Friday 15 July at 12pm – 1pm (BST)/ 7am – 8am EDT. The demo will be run by Wiebe de Roos, an independent CI/CD Consultant / Engineer with a strong focus on Cloud technology, containers and security, having previously set the vision and direction for modernizing the CI/CD tools deployed at ABN AMRO Bank.
The technology being demonstrated is Prisma Cloud from Palo Alto Networks. Prisma Cloud has been recognized by Forrester as a leader, receiving the highest scores in 18 criteria, including scalability, malware protection, Azure support, IaC and more.
In this demo, we’ll show you a proven solution for these common use cases:
How to filter the most important security issues, such as containers with critical vulnerabilities
How to quickly create a custom security policy based on the frameworks which apply to your industry
How to prevent data-leakage due to insecure S3 storage buckets, using auto-remediation
Centralized, single pain of glass, cyber reporting across all cloud providers and on-prem
Checking web-applications and API security for OWASP top 10 priorities
Wiebe de Roos, CI/CD Consultant / Engineer, Nuaware
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