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Container Security for the Impatient

We are truly in the 'age of containers' as developers continue the rapid adoption of containers and their associated orchestration tooling to improve delivery times of working software. This change in development methodology presents challenges to the AppSec team who have to understand this new paradigm.

Join Colin Domoney, Senior Principal Transformation Consultant @ CA Technologies, for this live webinar where he will provide an introduction into generic container toolchains, guidance on how to leverage and embed your existing security tooling investment into a container centric environment. As well as how to select and evaluate container specific tooling.

Practical advice will be given on how to employ the CIS Benchmark and how to ensure general best practices are applied in securing and hardening the container environments. The participant should come away with a working knowledge of how containers are used, built and deployed; and practical ideas on how to improve their container security posture.
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