Uptycs Live Webinar: Thinking Strategically About CNAPP
This month at Uptycs Live we deep dive into the cloud-native application protection platform (CNAPP) , understanding how a platform approach enables teams to solve use cases in real-time across CSPM, CWPP, CIEM, and KSPM use cases. Learn how unifying your data and control plane security tools enables faster insights and aids teams in proactive, reactive, and protective security.
Through a platform approach, tools are developed to normalize data at point of collection, streaming into the solution and correlating across a diverse set of assets from traditional cloud workloads to containers and micro-VMs. The best tooling means no more waiting to index data and then analyze, teams need to be enabled for faster queries, response times, and mean-time-to-knowledge.
View this webinar to think strategically about how a strong platform approach to CNAPP security contrasts to a portfolio approach, and how platforms will best equip your organization to defend against cloud-based risks.
What You Will Learn:
- What is the CNAPP category and how the security industry is unifying capabilities for CWPP, CSPM, KSPM, and CIEM solutions.
- Understand how a platform approach contrasts with a portfolio approach, by normalizing data at point of collection, correlating across assets as the data comes in, and enabling faster querying and indexing.
- How to think effectively about the right cloud security tooling for enabling your scaling team and asset categories.
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Uptycs Live Presenters
Technical Marketing Manager
Technical Marketing Manager
Jeremy Colvin is a Technical Product Marketer at Uptycs and enjoys learning the bits and bytes of what makes good security. Prior to Uptycs, Jeremy spent two years at Deloitte helping clients architect, configure, and implement secure systems. He graduated from Princeton with an AB in Public and International Affairs, focusing on policy around privacy and information security.
Nick joins Uptycs from a few different startups, he first started in the US Air Force out of Hawaii as a Cyber Security technician where he helped to secure the Pacific regions Air Operation Center. Once he left the military he became a Cloud Security Engineer for Sumo Logic, helping to maintain compliance and security behind the infrastructure, and helping sales efforts when it came to new business. After about 6 years of backend security engineering, he ventured into the Sales Engineering world, mostly focusing on Cloud Security and Application Security, helping to build out new solutions for startups when it comes to next generation CSPM. At 30 years old Nick has been around cybersecurity for the past 10 years, and grew up around technology in the silicon valley as his father has worked for Hewlett Packard for the last 25 years.
In his free time he is an avid sports fan, he played Baseball and Soccer competitively for 13 years and still tries to get there to enjoy the sports he loved and cherished as a kid and has even had a few friends make it to the big leagues. Nick's first job in high school was as a cook in a Bistro, so he still has a passion for cooking, loves trying out new recipes and spending time with his husky Chief. He also loves to travel and has been to many different states and countries, and still has a passion to travel to more.
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