Tenable.cs Cloud Security Product Overview Webinar is a routine hour long technical overview, highly essential and recommended for existing customers who are interested in securing their cloud-native Application using Tenable.cs.
In the recent years, organisations are moving their IT infrastructure to the cloud in order to leverage the benefits of cloud which include scalability, deployability, manageability and limitless on-demand compute power. These capabilities, however lead to challenges to the security team such as inability to quickly diagnose security issues and difficulty in managing and provision security policies manually.
Tenable.cs is a developer-friendly cloud security platform that focuses on Infrastructure as Code as its key component to establish and strengthen organisations DevSecOps practice in order to provide visibility into security risks from built-time to run-time. It is a platform released by Tenable for cloud security that extend the capabilities of the recently acquired Accurics platform that focuses on infrastructure as code (IaC).
From this webinar, participants will explore Tenable.cs through the background introduction, and explanation on its features, how it works, capabilities, benefits and advantages. The Tenable.cs Cloud Security Product Overview Webinar had been conducted on 2022-February-23 at 10 a.m – 11 a.m for registered participants. For those who have missed it, you may watch the recorded video for the session.
Due to the COVID-19 virus outbreak, according to surveys and feedback from our customers, we have decided to arrange the event into an hour-long web conference in webinars form for register attendance, by reservation basis, a link will be provided.
It is a free and complementary event provided by E-SPIN for existing customers. Just register under your company name, fill your name, business email and contact information. Our officer will, upon your submission of the information, process accordingly or contact you for further assistance if there is missing information issues.