Cloud Native Security Summit 2021 - Compliance in a Cloud-Native World

Presented by

Cynthia Burke - Capsule8, Sloane Burwell - HackerOne, Al Faiella - Unqork, Donal Kerr - 4Securitas

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As organizations move ahead at speed on their digital transformation journey, cloud-native technologies remain, more than ever, key drivers in the pursuit of the optimization of business processes, culture, and customer experiences. In the face of this transformation, and the reliance on public clouds and containers, a traditional networking approach is not an effective enough approach to provide full security to cloud-native applications. With this, comes a requirement to transform your organization’s approach to compliance. In this session experts discuss the salient points to consider and to maintain compliance in a cloud-native world - Best practices and principles to manage, track and control all areas of the application stack - Is there a mandate for zero-trust security framework for your cloud-native applications? - How can compliance professionals keep pace with new and upcoming privacy mandates and legislation? - What are privacy best practices for cloud-native deployments? - As organizations move legacy apps to the cloud, what are some typical pain points or misconceptions about security and compliance that you’ve seen? - What are you seeing as trends in 2021 when it comes to building resilient, compliant and secure cloud infrastructures and applications?

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