Recently, Ken Hess and Preston Smith from SecurityNOW sat down with Twistlock’s CEO, Ben Bernstein, to discuss his concept of intent based security. The concept of intent-based security is a new way of looking at app security, specifically those in a containerized environment, down to the application level and adding in extra security. It uses the power of the developer in order to produce a more predictable and secure environment that can be enforced.
In this 20 minute interview, Ben shares:
- Why he left Microsoft for the adventure of founding a container security startup
- How Twistlock helps organizations to secure their applications
- The three pillars of intent-based security, and how intent is key to effective application security
Listen to the full interview below:
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