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Live Panel: Security and Compliance Automation

Roundtable delegates will discuss the challenges we all face around security, risk, and compliance in this new environment and share thoughts on how we can make sure security does not become an afterthought.

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Panel:
Lucy Kerner, Security Global Technical Evangelist and Strategist, Red Hat (moderator)
Massimo Ferrari, Consulting Product Manager, Red Hat
Bill Montgomery, Senior Manager, OpenShift, Red Hat
Dwayne Strange, Office of Technical Governance, Red Hat
Recorded May 14 2020 32 mins
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