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Red Hat Security Roadmap : It's a Lifestyle, Not a Product

Security has never been a more important topic. From DevSecOps, to optimizing existing IT resources, security technologies are everywhere. But where is Red Hat heading? What are we doing now and in the future to help you address security concerns?

Watch this session from Red Hat Summit. Mark Thacker, Red Hat, discuss the future of Red Hat security, including how new technologies can help you respond to security requirements in DevSecOps, compliance, virtualization, hybrid cloud deployments, privacy, containers, and management.

We'll also discuss the hardware at the root of trust technologies, the latest security vulnerability responses, and the changing security compliance landscape. By the end of the session, you’ll understand Red Hat’s future security plans, how they may affect you, and how you can help us shape the future of security.
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