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Live Demo: CloudVector Enterprise Edition
Enjoy our 30 minute live demo of the industry’s pioneering API security solution, CloudVector Enteprise Edition, to see how to maintain the highest levels of API security for the largest computing environments. Maintain superb levels of governance and compliance, and prevent massive hacks and breaches by successfully managing your API network, which has now become the underlying ‘fabric’ of the enterprise computing world. Keeping them secure has become of paramount importance, since the majority of massive threats and breaches are forecasted to be focused there. We’ll review how our large enterprise solution proactively discovers 100% of your APIs (even the ones you don’t know about), monitors them, and secures them at many levels. It is continuous, autonomous (no code changes) and AI/ML enabled. This technical walk-through highlights a real-world scenario showcasing new levels of API security now possible, with minimal drag on the DevOps team.

Mar 9, 2021 10:30 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Ravi Balupari
Founder and Head of R&D, Product @CloudVector
Ravi Balupari has over 15 years of Cyber Security experience. His expertise includes the areas in API security, Network security, Protocol reverse engineering, IDS/IPS technologies, CASB technologies, Vulnerability & Exploit research, Data Science and ML/AI, Malware & Threat Research. He has extensive experience in building high performing teams spread across multiple geographic locations. Prior to founding ArecaBay, he was founding team member of Netskope and built 4 core engineering teams from ground zero for Netskope Proxy and SaaS App Research & Content, Netskope Introspection, Netskope Threat Protection Platform, and Netskope for Web. He also founded the Netskope Threat Research Labs focusing exclusively on Cloud Threats in addition to the traditional Malware Threats. Prior to Netskope, he worked at McAfee where he contributed towards and lead teams in the areas of IPS/IDS, Vulnerability & Exploit Research & Signature Content.