Recipe for Zero Trust is just 7 ingredients. Where does it go wrong? Why is it so hard to nail? This webinar breaks it down in simple steps.
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In this article, we will broadly examine cloud infrastructure security and explain how a strong cloud security posture benefits organizations. You’ll learn what the top three most costly cloud infrastructure security mistakes are and how to avoid them. By the end of this article, you’ll have a clearer understanding of how cloud infrastructure security works, why it is important, and how to secure cloud infrastructure in order to protect critical IT assets, sensitive data, and intellectual
Join strongDM CTO Justin McCarthy and a panel of experts as they discuss the challenges, complexities, and best practices of enterprise k8s adoption.
Is k8s governance a challenge for your team? Join strongDM’s CTO and a panel of experts to discover common pitfalls, plus tools + tricks to help manage them.
Cloud environments present new challenges for data protection as technological innovation, flexibility, and abstraction change the way we copy, store, and handle data. That’s why Justin McCarthy, CTO and co-founder of strongDM, recently sat down with Mike Vizard and a panel of technology experts. ...
During a featured session at this year’s DevOps Experience, Olive AI CloudOps Engineer Kellen Anker spoke with Justin McCarthy, strongDM CTO & Co-founder, about his company’s journey towards achieving one-click onboarding access and the resulting radical improvements in workforce efficiencies.
Modern infrastructure challenges range from new regulations to secrets management. See how Better’s CISO is tackling these challenges.
Surging API use presents new challenges for application security. Discover how experts from StackHawk, strongDM & imVision are learning to adapt and improve their API security.
DevOps is a combination of “development” and “operations” and is a set of practices that combine these two disciplines. SRE stands for Site Reliability Engineering and is a principle that applies software engineering practices to infrastructure and operations to improve site reliability. This new IT discipline is evolving, so its differentiation from DevOps isn’t always clear. The information we share here will help you better grasp these two roles and where they intersect. After reading this
strongDM’s CTO and co-founder, Justin McCarthy, sat down with Drew Blas, Director of Internal Engineering at Betterment, to discuss sources of friction in infrastructure access and how automating access and auditing has helped enable Betterment expand its teams, move to Kubernetes, and explore multi-cloud environments.