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Automating Security Compliance with Ease

As hybrid IT environments continue to expand and evolve, security must be automated to scale and mitigate risks to achieve compliance and meet the needs of the business.

In this webinar, we’ll cover how to:
- Rapidly and consistently deploy security and compliance configurations automatically in both virtualized and container environments.
- Easily apply NIST-validated national checklist content such as DISA STIG, PCI-DSS, and more to a single image or across your virtual and container environment.
This discussion will be in the context of integrating OpenSCAP in Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® with Red Hat Ansible® Automation.
Recorded Jul 12 2018 53 mins
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Lucy Kerner, principal technical product marketing manager, Security, Red Hat Jennifer LuPiba, product mkt manager, Red Hat
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