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Multi-Cloud Security: Removing Friction from the Development Process

An estimated 500 million new apps will be created in the next five years—more than the total created in the previous four decades. Cloud workflows have helped organizations of all sizes adopt a DevOps mindset, but for SecOps, digital transformation to the cloud creates new vulnerabilities

Cloud environments expand the attack surface and erase visibility into critical infrastructure and applications, introducing so much complexity—especially inthe case of multi-cloud, used by many 80 percent of enterprises and growing—that many security leaders are forced to say “no” to progress.

There is a way to attack this problem from the inside out. Network Detection and Response (NDR) cuts through hybrid, cloud, and multi-cloud complexity to deliver visibility, threat detection, and automated response at scale.

Join this webinar to learn how cloud deployments are affecting security teams and how they can use agentless NDR to remove friction with developers, help developers bake security into their processes, and gain the speed and agility in threat detection and response they need to secure their growing business.
Recorded Mar 31 2020 61 mins
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Ryan Davis, Sr. Cloud Product Manager at ExtraHop; Fernando Montenegro, Principal Analyst, at 451 Research
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