February 1-2, 2023 | Seattle, WA
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Thursday, February 2 • 3:50pm - 4:25pm
🦝 TAG Security Cloud Native Security Whitepapers Overview - Shlomo Zalman Heigh, CyberArk

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There are many aspects of Cloud Native Security, and it can be daunting to approach. To help security practitioners understand cloud native security, TAG security has published multiple whitepapers and reference architectures to help provide context on securing cloud native infrastructure. In this talk, we will go through what’s out there and coming up, including the Cloud Native Security Whitepaper, Supply Chain Security best practices and reference architecture, Zero Knowledge whitepaper as well as the Cloud Native Security Controls mapping. We hope that this session will lighten the pathways into cloud native security for all

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Shlomo Zalman Heigh

Senior Software Engineer, CyberArk
Shlomo is a senior software engineer at CyberArk. He's a core maintainer of the Conjur open source project, a DevSecOps secrets manager that aims to solve the problem of secret leakage in production applications and workloads running on-prem or in the cloud.He's also a member of the... Read More →

Thursday February 2, 2023 3:50pm - 4:25pm PST
Room 602/603
  Security Education + Teaming