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Tuesday, Jun. 16, 2020 | 2:38 PM - 2:48 PM UTC+8:00
To maintain a competitive edge and to stay ahead of the technology curve in the financial sector, financial service institutions such as consumer banks and FinTech companies have realized the urgency to utilize cloud-native solutions to continuously empower innovations. Deep dive into Alibaba Cloud's financial solutions with our top experts to learn about best practices on cloud and the latest trends across FinTech verticals.
Application Security is the first line of defense to protect a customer’s application. This important line provides DDoS mitigation, web endpoint protection, and centralized security operations to prevent attacks and intrusions against internet-facing cloud applications and ensure the safety of sensitive application data. Alibaba Cloud security capability specifically provides the following related security products: WAF/DDoS/Security Center
Senior Cybersecurity Architect, Alibaba Cloud
Matt Yu is Alibaba Cloud Senior Cybersecurity Architect, with 10 years of cybersecurity-related products architect design and development experience. He has a deep understanding of cybersecurity tech innovations and assisted many MNCs and internet companies to solve their cybersecurity concerns.
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