AWS users have a number of options to build and deploy their ideas. The flexibility and range of tailor-made solutions are some of the main reasons AWS is the number one public cloud platform. Users can deploy on EC2, ECS, or EKS, depending on their use case and performance needs. This flexibility can also lead to complexity, especially when it comes to protecting these environments against vulnerabilities. In the shared responsibility model, users own the security of the applications and infrastructure they deploy in their environments.

Join our experts as they discuss how to identify vulnerabilities and centralize security information across the entire environment. Then we'll get into how to reduce time spent on patching those vulnerabilities by up to 70% by identifying vulnerabilities that are actually exploitable.

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Itay Meller
Solutions Architect, AWS

Itay is a Solutions Architect at AWS who focuses on Security and Compliance with a background of startups and enterprises in the security space such as Checkpoint, SentinelOne and Odo Security (Aquired by Checkpoint). Itay holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science and has experience in research, software engineering and management.

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Omri Lahav
Head of Product, Rezilion

Omri is the Head of Product at Rezilion. He has a rich experience with large-scale information security systems design, development, and product management at companies like Paypal (Security Product Center), Intel, and various start-ups. Omri holds a B.Sc. and M.Sc. in software engineering, and was a researcher in the BGU Malware Lab where he published papers and patents in the field of cybersecurity and machine learning, focused on solving challenging problems efficiently. He was a lecturer in the ICSML (International Cyber Security & Machine Learning) Program.

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Bruce Sussman
Director of Media & Content, Podcast Host, SecureWorld

Emmy-winning journalist Bruce Sussman spent more than 20 years on TV screens in Portland, Oregon. During his "second career," he became fascinated by cybersecurity while working with CISOs at Gartner. He joined SecureWorld in 2017 to help grow its media division. Currently, he hosts the Remote Sessions daily web conference series and SecureWorld podcast published each Tuesday, and oversees news content for Sussman graduated from the University of Missouri School of Journalism back in the dark ages. Message him on LinkedIn if you'd like to connect!