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Thursday, October 29 • 10:00am - 10:45am
Defending your cloud workloads against the next zero-day vulnerability

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When serious vulnerabilities like Shellshock or Heartbleed are found, you know you should respond quickly. But when you’re juggling many priorities, and are more comfortable developing apps than security policies, emergency updates may fall to the bottom of the list. Is there a better way to protect your workloads, without a lot of work? In the cloud, you approach everything in your infrastructure as an API. If you take the same approach to security, you can automate protection for zero-day vulnerabilities, without impacting agility or architecture flexibility.

In this session, we’ll show you how to use AWS security groups, virtual private networks, and security capabilities like intrusion detection and prevention to defend what you put in the cloud. We will use the recent Shellshock vulnerability as a real-world threat scenario and walk you through how to combine cloud features and workload-aware security controls to prevent hackers from exploiting similar zero-day threats. Learn simple, easy to deploy security tools and techniques to protect workloads – that don't require a PhD in cyber security.

Link to the presentation:
https://dc1.safesync.com/LMynSdbb/DefendingZeroDayCloud_Jason.pptx?a=2xqFf5nTWxo
 

Speakers
avatar for Jason Dablow

Jason Dablow

Sr. Sales Engineer, Trend Micro
Jason Dablow has eighteen years of experience in the computer industry with the last fourteen focused on security. He has been creating security solutions for the top global enterprises specializing in threat detection in email, web, and virtualized / cloud environments. In his free time, he enjoys being on the golf course, restoring and building arcade cabinets, or relaxing at home with his cats.


Thursday October 29, 2015 10:00am - 10:45am
Town and Country Room

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