Join the Boston chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) for our next meeting on Tuesday, June 13th at SSH Communications Security in Waltham. Learn from your peers and industry experts about best practices for designing in security and what that means in the real world.
The DevSecOps manifesto describes developing security as code and iteration over trying to come up with the best answer before deployment. DevSecOps is about agile, iteration and “designing in” security. A Sumologic blog states that DevSecOps is about building strong security practices directly into the fabric of your cloud workloads.
Whatever your definition, the old method, according to an article in Dark Reading, of security operating from the position that once a system has been designed, its security defects can then be determined by security staff and corrected by business operators before the system is released is no longer valid.
How are we doing? The Dark Reading article quotes a recent Sonatype study which indicates that security still suffers from a perception problem. The survey showed that 59% of organizations believe security is an inhibitor to DevOps agility.
We are fortunate to have as our moderator is Sandy Carielli, Security Technologies Director at Entrust Datacard and our impressive list of panelists include:
- Harry Hoffman, Director, Information Security Architecture and Engineering at Harvard University
- Milan Shah, Co-Founder and CTP at Uptycs, Inc.
- Tatu Ylonen, Founder and Inventor of SSH
- Bob Zurek, SVP and CTO at HealthcareSource
- Tim Jarrett, Director, Product Marketing at Veracode
- 6:00 p.m.: Registration
- 6:30 p.m.: Presentation and Q&A
- 8:00 p.m.: End of Event
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Tuesday, June 13th
6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
SSH Communications Security
460 Totten Pond Rd.
Waltham, MA 02451