In last month’s knowledge sharing event, we focused in the methodology to develop and secure our PaaS environment. Do we still need to secure the cloud stem? Do we still need to secure the cloud architecture? How to secure that environment?
The common security challenges faced in the cloud stem from misconfiguration, compliance, and an exploding set of cloud infrastructure services. This session will cover how to combat these challenges and gain visibility into security, compliance, and governance vulnerabilities on your public cloud infrastructure.
We will go over the latest security offering that helps teams build a better cloud architecture. You can also look forward to hundreds of out-of-the-box, step-by-step remediation guides, enabling DevSecOps teams and cloud architects to quickly resolve vulnerabilities.
This upcoming knowledge sharing event, we invited Tony Lee, Head of Consulting of Trend Micro will lead us to the “Cloud operational excellence – Guardrails to build exceptional architecture & avoid misconfigurations“.
Please do not miss this opportunity to learn from the expert and get connected with your peers.
Participants can claim 1 CPE.
DATE: November 05, 2020 (Thursday)
TIME: 12:30 – 01:30 pm
SPEAKER: Tony Lee, Head of Consulting of Trend Micro
TOPIC: Cloud operational excellence – Guardrails to build exceptional architecture & avoid misconfigurations
Tony Lee is the Head of Consulting at Trend Micro – a global leader in cyber security solutions. He is responsible for the provision of security advice and solution consultation for large scale IT users and key channel partners in Hong Kong.
Tony has more than 13 years experiences in strategic planning and requirements analysis, with special focus on cloud security deployment, cyber threats response and emerging technologies analysis. As a technology evangelist for Trend Micro, he has been acting as a high profile speaker for major industry events in the region, specialized in evolving cyber threats such as ransomware and APT attacks.
Tony is a graduate of the Hong Kong Baptist University, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science.