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Securing your applications in a Cloud Native world

Commit to delivering secure applications with Zero Trust principles

The attributes of Cloud native and Serverless applications present unique challenges for application security.

Traditional network-based security becomes less relevant as software becomes abstracted from the hardware. In addition, the complexities of containers, orchestrators, function APIs and an explosion of dependencies give way to a plethora of new attack surfaces.

Watch this webcast to learn how to combat modern application security challenges by leveraging Zero Trust principles - protect and harden not only your data but the logic that transforms it, regardless of where the apps are run.

In this webcast, we’ll cover:
- Security challenges with Cloud-native and Serverless applications
- Zero Trust principles, applied to applications
- Specific steps you can take to protect and monitor these apps
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    The attributes of Cloud native and Serverless applications present unique challenges for application security.

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