Often found at the intersection of DevOps and security, creator of gauntlt and author of DevOps Fundamentals — a course on Lynda.com and LinkedIn Learning.
Last month in San Francisco, the DevOps tribe gathered under the umbrella of DevOps Enterprise Summit (DOES). This conference brought together practitioners from Disney, United Health Group, CapitalOne and even some three-letter government entities. These practitioners came together to discuss how to do DevOps in the enterprise. The conference featured speakers like Gene Kim, John Allspaw, John Willis, Damon Edwards, j:hand and many more.
A New Journey Begins
Where does security fit in? DevOps in the enterprise is basically doing “DevOps at Scale.” This means that you can’t wave your hands at real problems like security or regulatory compliance. I gave a 5-minute lightning talk on how security is in crisis and how it can move forward. This is a shortened version of the full presentation, but if you want a quick primer on where security is heading in a DevOps world, check it out!
In this talk you will see:
Why Information Security is in crisis.
A framework of 8 new practices that modern security teams most often do
How to approach the top 3 practices of feedback loops, creating chaos and doing adversity testing.