Secure Your Containerized Apps With Rapid7 on AWS

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Dhanil Parwani, Senior Partner Solutions Architect-Networking at AWS, and Gadi Naor, VP, Software Engineering at Rapid7

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According to Gartner, 90% of organisations will run containerised applications in production by 2026, so they can speed up innovation and improve agility. But how do you ensure that increased speed and agility doesn't result in loss of control? As you enter the world of containerised applications, where security needs are vastly different, you may find yourself in search of a new approach. In this webinar, we’re talking to Dhanil Parwani, Senior Partner Solutions Architect-Networking at AWS, and Gadi Naor, VP, Software Engineering at Rapid7, to give insights into: - The unique challenges associated with securing containerized applications - Adapting your VM program to address containerized workloads - How the AWS Shared Responsibility Model works, and what it means for your organisation - The capabilities you need in your security solutions to build safely on AWS Register for this informative webinar to start innovating with containerized applications — securely and confidently.
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