Zero Trust approach to securing cloud native applications
With enterprises developing applications at lightning speed, enterprises are able to meet business and customer needs at a rapid pace. This has increased the challenges for developers who now need to work together with the security team to ensure cloud-native applications are protected from attacks. However, traditional security controls don't provide the security needed to protect cloud platforms.
From code changes that have not been tested but slip through to production, to zero-day attacks, runtime applications will continue to require examination. Moreover, security tools must not interfere with the development pipeline. Verizon’s Data Breach Investigations Report states that the majority of breaches were caused by web application attacks.
What is needed to gain visibility for today's cloud-native threats? How do you automate the security of digital native applications and how to ensure a good DevSecOps strategy?
Discussion topics will include:
- What are some of the security challenges of digital native applications?
- How are you building a secure delivery pipeline for your code?
- How to take a zero trust approach to secure your cloud-native applications?
- What are your expectations from your cloud service provider?
- How do you secure application from external threats?
ISMG’s Suparna Goswami will be joined by Deepak Prasad, customer engineer, security specialist, Google Cloud and Sandeep Variyam, Cyber Security Advisor, Palo Alto Networks and they will discuss the topic with a handful of senior executives and market leaders in an informal, closed-door setting from which you will gain new strategies and solutions you can immediately put to work.