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As more organizations adopt cloud native software development, the roles and responsibilities for securing the cloud development and production environments become blurred. At the same time, security concerns increase in both potential and business impact. Our containerized environments foster faster development cycles and opportunities for misconfigurations. How are leading organizations securing their software development lifecycles and efficiently orchestrating developers, site reliability engineers, platform engineers, and security analysts to take appropriate actions?

In this webinar, our panel of security and engineering leaders discuss these challenges and their methods for overcoming them.

Meet Our Panelist

Richard Stiennon

is Chief Research Analyst for IT-Harvest, the firm he founded in 2005 to cover the booming IT security industry. He is the author of ‘Surviving Cyberwar’ (Government Institutes, 2010) and ‘UP and to the RIGHT: Strategy and Tactics of Analyst Influence’ (IT-Harvest Press, 2012). He writes the Cyber Domain column for Forbes.com and is frequently quoted as a cybersecurity expert in mainstream media.

Pankaj Moolrajani

leads product and platform security at Motive. Pankaj is an expert in building scalable security platforms to enforce security controls across the products and services offered by the company. Previously, Pankaj has worked with Salesforce and Meta (formerly Facebook) helping them secure their infrastructure and applications. In his past life, Pankaj has worked as a developer and system admin which enables him to build solutions for securing cloud-native applications at the enterprise scale.

Ben Abrams

is the Staff DevOps Engineer for Doximity, the leading digital platform for U.S. medical professionals. Doximity’s platform serves over 80% of all U.S. physicians across all specialties and practice areas. He joined the company in 2018 on the Devops team and within a year, set out to build a security team(s) to meet the challenges of the business and improve our security culture.

Marlene Veum

is a Security Operations Executive. In this role, Marlene leads a team of senior security managers, engineers, specialists, and analysts, maintaining corporate-wide cyber security operations to ensure that SVBs digital ecosystem and assets are adequately protected from breaches, threat actor exploitation, and internal threats.

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