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Securing Your Deploy

Published on September 8, 2020 · Updated on September 29, 2020
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By msnyder
Developer and author at DigitalOcean.
Securing Your Deploy

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About the Talk

Walk through a strategy of how to, and at what stage, to protect your deploy. When it comes to your security capabilities, you will know what you can “set and forget,” and how to know what and when to scale, after watching this talk.

What You’ll Learn

  • Security best practices
  • Future-proofing your security capabilities
  • Reducing attack surfaces

This Talk is Designed For

  • Developers looking to secure their project today and future-proof their deploy for scalability, with security by design.

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About the Presenter

Megan Snyder is the Manager of Trust & Governance at DigitalOcean where she spends her days supporting the DigitalOcean community on all things security and privacy related. She is passionate about ethics in technology, which informs her approach to balancing the need for security with the importance of protecting the privacy rights of customers. Megan enjoys being a mom to Bean the Yorkie, Fresca, cross stitching, and staying up-to-date on all things Internet culture.

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