Leveraging Infrastructure as Code to Streamline Security and Operations

Managing risk in short DevOps cycles is a common struggle for cloud native organizations, and the constant stream of breach announcements provides evidence that success is not easy.  For many teams, the problem boils down not to a lack of awareness or visibility but to an inability to prioritize remediation of the most pressing issues in a sea of findings and alerts.

Join us on August 3rd at 1pm Eastern to see how Infrastructure as Code (IaC) can augment your security program, working with your pipelines and AST tools to ensure the most critical exploitable risks never get deployed.

On Demand
1h 00min

Attend this webinar and you'll:

  • Find out how IaC is a key tool helping DevOps teams accelerate delivery, and faster deliveries often complicate security processes
  • Discover how IaC holds the key to accelerating security by providing the context necessary to understand which findings represent the most critical exploitable risks
  • Learn how by embracing IaC, modern security tools can deliver highly relevant, actionable findings even in early development phases and within automated DevOps processes where problems are easiest to fix and minimize remediation cost

Featured Speakers

  • Ganesh Nakhawa
    Ganesh Nakhawa
    Head of Product Management

    Ganesh Nakhawa is currently Head of Product Management at Accurics to build cyber resilience through self-healing for cloud-native infrastructure. He has over 18 years of Software and security industry experience and driving growth for high-tech companies through new product introduction, support, and managing the product life cycle. Ganesh has worked at several leading technology companies including Pulse Secure, Mocana, Bradford Networks, AFL, Nortel Networks, Cabletron in various roles including Director of Product Management, Product Marketing Manager, Product Line Manager, and Customer Engineering Lead. His areas of expertise include Product Management & Marketing for Cloud, Software, and Networking solutions. Ganesh has strong knowledge of complex financial, M&A activities, and managing growing business. He also accomplished technology innovation by co-authoring four patents. To add to his professional experience, Ganesh has M.S. in Telecommunication from Boston University and MBA from Babson College.

  • Jon Jarboe
    Jon Jarboe
    Developer Advocate

    Jon Jarboe has been helping software development organizations improve processes and tools for over 20 years, in contexts ranging from embedded systems to complex distributed applications and roles including support, development, customer success, management, pre- and post-sales. He has spent the past 10 years helping organizations eliminate gaps and friction in their security process by embracing the needs of developers.

  • Eric Bruno
    Eric Bruno
    Contributing Editor

    Eric Bruno is a contributing editor to InformationWeek with more than 20 years of experience in the information technology community. He is a highly requested moderator and speaker for a variety of conferences and other events on topics spanning the technology spectrum from the desktop to the data center.

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