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Compliance and A False Sense of Security
June 4, 2019
Understand in depth the unique challenges of compliance in this new cloud-native world, as well as share best practices for not only meeting compliance standards, but truly protecting your production environment.
Doing DevSecOps Right: Implementation & the Metrics that Matter
May 3, 2019
Join Amy DeMartine and Kelly Shortridge, vice president of product strategy at Capsule8, to learn not only how to implement DevSecOps, but also the KPIs and metrics you should measure to make sure your company is continuously reducing risk.
Resilient Infrastructure
Digging Down into Resilient Infrastructure
April 9, 2019
During our 20/20 webcast Resilience is not futile, we discussed the importance of building resilience into your security program. As we continue our discussion on cyber resilience, we’ll take a deeper dive into determining your resilience, looking at what components constitute a resilient framework and how to measure if your framework is making an impact. […]
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Resilience is Not Futile
February 12, 2019
Not every company is able to survive a breach or disaster. Poor planning, such as having your server backups in the same general area as your data center after an earthquake or flood, or a poorly defined incident response plan could lead to a company not being able to restore their systems after a breach […]
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A Look Back at Attacks in 2018
December 14, 2018
Join Co-founder and Chief Scientist of Capsule8, Brandon Edwards for a review of the worst vulnerabilities and breaches of 2018 and a discussion of what lies ahead.
The Long Tail of Zero Day Attacks
November 21, 2018
This webcast takes a look at how companies are still fighting the battle of zero days disclosed months or even years ago, the fallacy of the patch, and why continued detection is important.
KubeCon How To Prevent Attacks at Scale on Cloud-Native Environments
KubeCon Encore: How To Prevent Attacks At Scale on Cloud-Native Environments
December 8, 2017
One of the biggest implementation challenges of the cloud-native world of Linux, containers, and microservices is making sure they are secure, but no matter how sure you are, there will be a breach. As we’ve seen time and again with zero-day exploits and incomplete patches on base OSs, there must be a Plan B. Following […]