Archived Webinar: Changing Trends in Deploying and Securing Applications 

 

Tuesday, 19 September 2017
12 pm (EDT) / 11 am (CDT) / 9 am (PDT) / 16:00 (UTC)
60 minutes
1 CPE (Members only)

More and more enterprises are moving their applications into public and private cloud infrastructure. The cloud is becoming more appealing for enterprises as it facilitates business growth due its agility, resiliency and scalability. The advent of a variety of technologies and processes such as containers, micro-services, and DevOps has made rolling out new applications into the cloud very quick and desirable for development teams. As enterprises move applications to the cloud they should not forget to put security first.

This session takes a look at the new application deployment models and security requirements needed for a safe transition.

Ajay Uggirala,
Director of Product Marketing,
Imperva

Ajay has over 17 years of industry experience working at various network security companies. Prior to joining Imperva he was at Blue Coat Systems, where he led the product marketing team for Advanced Threat Protection solution which included Security Analytics, Mail Protection and Malware Analysis products. He joined Blue Coat Systems through the successful acquisition of Solera Networks where he led Product and Competitive Marketing. Prior to Solera Networks, he held different product marketing positions at NetScout Systems, Check Point Software Technologies and Nokia. Ajay holds an MS degree in Computer Engineering from the University of Kansas.

Ryan Potter,
Director,
Imperva Cloud Strategy & Alliances

Ryan Potter is responsible for cloud security strategy and alliances at Imperva. He has more than 20-years of far-reaching information technology experience ranging from application and data security and managed services to design and operation of many of the world’s most complex enterprises. Ryan has previously held technical strategy and management positions at Fortinet, Juniper, and Citrix, as well as startups and government agencies.