Fact or Fiction? The Truth About Cloud Native Security

More organizations are moving forward with their digital transformation journey and embracing the cloud native world. In every field, there are myths and misconceptions that develop over time. In the case of cloud security or cloud native security, this has manifested in a relatively short space of time. A few that come to mind:

  1. The public cloud is more secure than an on-premises datacenter
  2. DevSecOps is just about adding “security” or “scanning” to DevOps
  3. Cloud Service Providers natively deliver all the security controls a company needs
On Demand
1h 00min

Join this session to:

  • Learn about how we separate myth from reality
  • Ensure your cloud infrastructure and cloud native applications are built and run securely
  • Learn how to reap all the business benefits cloud has to offer without compromising on security

Featured Speakers

  • Ashley Ward
    Ashley Ward
    Senior Product Marketing Manager
    Prisma Cloud, Palo Alto Networks

    Ashley Ward has 18+ years experience of delivering IT solutions to aid customers in their secure deployment and scaling of cloud native environments. As a recovering operations chap Ashley knows through real world experience how to make cloud native solutions work in the enterprise. Ashley has a boat he never seems to sail, beer-brewing equipment he never seems to use, and a family he loves spending time with. He spends his spare time volunteering as a Justice of the Peace.

  • Peggy Bresnick-Kendler
    Peggy Bresnick-Kendler
    Contributing Editor

    Peggy Bresnick Kendler has been a professional writer for the past 30 years. She has worked as an editor, publicist and school district technology coordinator. During the past decade, Peggy has worked on UBM TechWeb financial services technology-centered projects on behalf of companies that represent some of the most prominent names in the insurance, banking, and capital markets technology fields. Peggy has written a recurring department featured in Insurance & Technology since 1996, and she has produced a recurring department for Bank Systems & Technology since 2003. From 1998 through 2001, she served as editor-in-chief of School Technology Market Report, a bimonthly newsletter for school district technology leaders. Peggy formerly was manager of communications for the American Insurance Association's Service Group. She has also worked in the IT area of Dun & Bradstreet, where she reported directly to the director of IS planning and consulting. Peggy holds a Bachelor's degree in English from Skidmore College, a Master's degree in education from Sacred Heart University and a Master's degree in educational technology from Fairfield University.

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