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Securing applications in the cloud involves a different set of considerations compared to on-premises environments. Understanding the applications your organization plans to deploy and allowing security and development teams to work in tandem can enable more secure, timely application releases. This webinar provides guidance on how to understand and protect applications in your pipeline as well as solution suggestions to help secure application deployment and delivery on Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Register for this webcast to be among the first to receive the associated whitepaper written by SANS Analyst and cybersecurity specialist Nathan Getty.

Attendants will learn:

  • Hands-on implementation options available to protect applications in the pipeline
  • Needs and capabilities associated with AppSec solutions for development visibility, automated security assessments, and more
  • Tools and features, such as access control for AWS services and applications, to help secure application delivery and deployment
  • Key business, technical, and operational considerations for application security on AWS
  • Practical guidance on tactics and techniques for using resources and ideas to plan future application development

Who Should Attend?

Security practitioners (Security Analysts, Security Architects, Senior Security Engineers, etc.), Cloud Security Architects, and the office of the CISO.


Nathan Getty, SANS Analyst

Nathan Getty holds the GWAPT and GCIA certifications, and he recently won the SANS Cyber Defense NetWars competition, a defense-focused challenge that tests the ability to solve problems and secure systems from compromise. Nathan currently works in the Canadian insurance industry. In his organization, he focuses on cloud security, including AWS onboarding, and developing best security practices and general security/cloud insights. Nathan also focuses on driving DevOps methodologies in the company’s security program, implementing continuous delivery platforms to allow smoother development and improvement of internal security applications.

Aidan Walden, Global Director of Public Cloud and Engineering at Fortinet

Aidan Walden has served as the Global Director of Public Cloud Architecture and Engineering at Fortinet for the past three years. Prior to Fortinet, he served in various engineering and leadership roles at a tier 1 mobility and global ISP. Throughout his 18-year career, he has navigated the evolving security landscape across mobility, IoT, and service provider infrastructure.

Nam Le, Senior Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services

Nam Le is a Specialist Solutions Architect at Amazon Web Services covering AWS Marketplace, Service Catalog, Migration Services, and Control Tower. He helps customers implement security and governance best practices using native AWS Services and Partner products. He is an AWS Certified Solutions Architect and his skills include security, compliance, cloud computing, enterprise architecture, and software development. Nam has also worked as a consulting services manager, cloud architect, and technical marketing manager.

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About Fortinet:

Fortinet (NASDAQ: FTNT) is a worldwide provider of network security appliances and a market leader in unified threat management (UTM). Our products and subscription services provide broad, integrated and high-performance protection against dynamic security threats while simplifying the IT security infrastructure. Our customers include enterprises, service providers and government entities worldwide, including the majority of the 2011 Fortune Global 100. Fortinet is headquartered in Sunnyvale, Calif., with offices around the world.

About AWS Marketplace:

AWS Marketplace is a digital software catalog that makes it easy to find, try, buy, deploy, and manage software that runs on AWS. AWS Marketplace has a broad and deep selection of security solutions offered by hundreds of independent software vendors, spanning infrastructure security, logging and monitoring, identity and access control, data protection, and more. These products can be integrated with AWS Services and other existing technologies, enabling you to deploy a comprehensive security architecture across your AWS and on-premises environments. Visit to learn more.

About the SANS Institute:

The SANS Institute was established in 1989 as a cooperative research and education organization. Its programs now reach more than 165,000 security professionals around the world—from auditors and network administrators, to chief information security officers—sharing the lessons they learn and jointly finding solutions to the challenges they face.

*The views and opinions of the SANS Institute and their presenter, Nathan Getty, are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the positions of AWS.