Dear Security, Compliance, and Auditors, We’re Sorry. Love, DevOps
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December 16, 2021, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Dear Security, Compliance, and Auditors, We’re Sorry. Love, DevOps
DevOps solved the Developer and Operators conflict, although forgot other essential folks of the delivery lifecycle: Security, Compliance, and Audit.
DevSecOps is an excellent reminder that security must be “DevOps’d,” but compliance and audit are missing. No need for any more DevSecAuditComplianceOps buzzwords. Let’s simply talk about Continuous Authorization. It’s best to think of continuous authorization as Zero Trust principles applied to Continuous Monitoring.
Tune into this panel as topic experts discuss practical ways to get started with continuous authorization for the software delivery lifecycle. What are some best strategies for implementing a continuous authorization for the software delivery lifecycle within your agency?
Entrepreneur in Residence at Navy Digital Warfare Office, White House Presidential Innovation Fellows (invited)
Chief Information Security Officer, NASA Langley Research Center (invited)
Chief Information Security Officer Platform One, Office of the Chief Software Officer, United States Department of the Air Force
Chief Technology Officer, U.S. Marine Corps
Software Factory, Managing Architect, Red Hat
Moderator: Kiersten Patton
Working Group Manager, ATARC
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