Top 2024 Cybersecurity Trends Series – Session #3: Cloud Security Consolidation Extends Protection from Code to Runtime


Cloud exploitations increased 95% over the past year — a clear indicator that attack surfaces are becoming more dynamic and sophisticated in the cloud. While 2023 saw some cloud infrastructure and workload protection consolidation into unified platforms, continuous delivery and ineffective application security still elevates overall risk and leaves a gaping hole for adversaries to exploit.

Join us for a review of the current state of application security, a deeper dive into the challenges of securing applications, and see how CrowdStrike’s AI-native modern cloud security platform protects applications from code to runtime.

What to expect:

  • Get insights into the challenges security teams face as developers push application changes more frequently
  • Learn how to empower developers to create more secure and resilient applications
  • Hear firsthand from an ASPM customer

Missed any of the sessions in the three-part Top Cybersecurity Trends for 2024 CrowdCast Series? You can still catch them on demand.

Featured Speakers

Alice McElroy

Director of IT Service Management and Operations, Royal Caribbean Group

Alice McElroy is the Director of Operations Excellence overseeing IT Service Management, IT Asset Management, Full Stack Observability and DevSecOps at Royal Caribbean Group.

Steve Burton

Vice President, Cloud Security Product Marketing

Steve Burton leads product marketing for the cloud security portfolio at CrowdStrike. Prior to CrowdStrike, Steve was CMO at ASPM company Bionic (acquired by CrowdStrike) and software delivery company Harness. Before that, he led product marketing at AppDynamics (now part of Cisco), Glassdoor (now part of Indeed) and Moogsoft (now part of Dell).

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