Avoid Costly Human Errors in Financial Services Using Ansible Automation and F5

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James Lee, F5 | Cameron Skidmore, Red Hat

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With pressure to move quickly while also accounting for vulnerabilities and avoiding human error, securing applications can be challenging for financial institutions. Instead of using automation to simplify tasks and reduce overhead, financial services are forced to complete those tasks manually. A mounting challenge for SecOps teams is keeping up with the sheer volume and sophistication of attacks, often requiring investigation, diagnoses, and remediation of security threats. In this session will review how automation, combined with telemetry, can aid security teams to mitigate most common layer 7 attacks enabling SecOps teams to investigate and resolve more sophisticated threats. Join this webinar to: - Better understand the true cost of human error in the development cycle. - Learn how automation of security aids is protecting financial customer assets against multiple threat vectors. - See a live demo showing how F5, Elastic, Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform, and Red Hat OpenShift integrate to automate certain remediation tasks in your IT environment.

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