It’s time to think more broadly about cloud workload security
Starts: April 29th, 2021 1:00PM ET
Ends: April 29th, 2021 2:00PM ET
There are at least as many ways to monitor and protect cloud workloads as there are types of cloud workloads that need protection. Since all security technologies have inherent advantages and drawbacks, organizations typically deploy a variety of cloud workload security solutions depending on their regulatory environment, desired security profile, and tolerance for risk. What’s important is ensuring that any security gaps are filled.
Join 451 Research and ExtraHop on this webcast and learn how:
• agentless network detection and response can play a crucial role in protecting your cloud workloads against today’s advanced threats and
• your organization can close gaps left by other cloud workload security technologies.
Attendees of this webcast may be eligible for one CPE credit.
Duration: 60 Minutes
Principal Research Analyst, Information Security
Fernando is a Principal Research Analyst on the Information Security team at 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence. He is based out of Toronto, Canada. He has broad experience in security architecture for enterprise environments. He currently focuses on covering primarily the endpoint security and cloud security markets. Prior to joining 451 Research, Fernando worked in pre-sales and delivery roles with both startups and established security vendors focusing on different aspects of enterprise security. His areas of interest include security economics (particularly behavior economics), security-focused data science, and cloud-native security. Fernando holds a BSc. in Computer Science and several industry certifications.
Senior Cloud Product Marketing Manager
Dan Frey is currently a Marketing Manager with ExtraHop on the Cloud marketing team. He has worked in the cyber security arena since 2007 in various product marketing and management roles with companies including Symantec, McAfee/Intel, Fortinet, and Check Point, focusing on cloud, endpoint, and network security. Dan holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the California State University system.