Best Practices for DevSecOps and Authority to Operate (ATO)
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June 30, 2022, 1:30-2:30 PM ET
1 CPE Credit Available for this Event***
Panel: Best Practices for DevSecOps and Authority to Operate (ATO)
Shifting left and building software with security and compliance integrated from the start is critical to increasing trust in our digital infrastructure. As we have seen through recent executive orders and Department of Defense (DoD) memos, creating a foundation that enables a continuous ability to quickly certify and deliver software is critical to federal organizations being responsive enough to meet their missions.
Enabling the Assessor to reduce assessment time in an Authority To Operate (ATO) process is a prerequisite to shortening software release cycles in the government. When assessors have access to audit trails generated throughout the SDLC, they can be confident that software was built to adhere with NIST and other requirements thereby reducing their assessment time.
Join us for a virtual event with a panel of U.S. government cybersecurity experts to learn more about recommended best practices to obtain ATO and deploy software faster.
Lead DevSecOps Engineer- Secure Cloud Architecture & Automation, U.S. Navy
Chief Product and Innovation Officer, U.S. Army Software Factory, U.S. Army Futures Command, U.S. Department of the Army
Dr. Tiina Rodrigue
Chief Information Security Officer, Office of Technology and Innovation, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Federal Reserve System (pending agency approval)
Chief, Systems Delivery Division, Office of Information Technology, Management Directorate, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (invited)
U.S. Federal Government Program Manager, Security Compass
Moderator: Kiersten Patton
Working Group Program Manager, ATARC
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