Please join us on March 31, 2020 at 9:00am for a live webinar Protecting Cloud Native Applications with Prisma Cloud.
Organizations like yours are embracing cloud-native architectures, leveraging containers, Kubernetes, and serverless, as part of app modernization strategies. At Palo Alto Networks, we believe that protecting these applications requires a full-lifecycle approach, integrating security with CI/CD workflows combined with runtime visibility and protection for the entire stack.
Following our official integration of Twistlock and PureSec as part of Prisma Cloud, we now provide complete security for cloud-native applications as part of our Compute Security capabilities -- all from the central Prisma Cloud dashboard you use today.
In this webinar, Ram Boreda, Director of Product Management from Prisma Cloud and Keith Mokris, Technical Marketing Engineer for Prisma Cloud Compute will cover:
Security challenges when using and deploying containers and serverless applications
How Prisma Cloud protects cloud-native applications across any cloud, including multi- and hybrid-cloud deployments
Next steps for you to learn more and take advantage of these capabilities within Prisma Cloud
If you are interested in how your security team, infrastructure, or devops team can leverage these capabilities, join this customer-only webinar to learn more.
Debunking Common Myths to Get to Cloud Security Truths
Every field has its persistent myths and misconceptions, and cloud security may be one of the most myth-heavy! Thanks to so much change in the field in such a short time, there’s probably as much confusion out there about the current state of cloud security as there is understanding of the facts.
As a leader in cloud security, we can help you sort it all out.
Watch our new webinar to separate myth from reality. Our own chief security officer for public cloud, Matt Chiodi, will be debunking three of the most common – and stubborn – cloud native security myths. You’ll leave the webinar with a clearer understanding of today’s cloud native security facts.
Matt will tackle the common misconceptions that:
The public cloud is more secure than an on-premises data center
DevSecOps is just adding “security” or “scanning” to DevOps
CSPs natively deliver all the security controls a company needs
Watch today. We’ll help you make sure you know what’s real and what’s not in cloud security.
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