Five Ways to Boost Cybersecurity with DevOpsSEI Speaking Free Online Access Public
Mar 23, 2018 · Webcast
In this webinar, Doug Reynolds and Aaron Volkmann discuss key DevOps principles, including cross-team collaboration, task automation, tool integration, continuous integration and deployment, and continuous monitoring.
As software systems grow in size and complexity in today’s connected world, protecting these systems from attack is crucial. However, many organizations struggle to balance the often-conflicting priorities of fielding new software features rapidly vs. assuring cybersecurity.
In this webinar, Doug Reynolds and Aaron Volkmann discuss key DevOps principles, including cross-team collaboration, task automation, tool integration, continuous integration and deployment, and continuous monitoring. Doug and Aaron discuss how you can use these principles to maximize cybersecurity assurance, quality, and productivity. They also share real-world lessons-learned from their experiences in the field.
What Attendees Will Learn
• How to ensure that the applications, computers, and networks that comprise our systems are properly hardened
• How to monitor your systems’ health
• The capabilities needed to quickly recover from cybersecurity incidents
• How to monitor for incoming cyber threats
Who Should Attend?
• Software development managers
• Security managers
• Software engineers
• System engineers
About the Presenters
Doug Reynolds is a software engineer at the CERT Division of Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Engineering Institute. Doug focuses on creating and improving DevOps and software solutions for government entities. Previously, he created software and automated solutions for pharmaceutical, healthcare, and non-profit spaces and has contributed to various open source projects.
Aaron Volkmann is a software engineer and DevOps researcher at the CERT Division of Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute, where he specializes in product development research. Aaron advises and assists Department of Defense acquisition programs in their adoption of DevOps principles and automation technologies. He has helped numerous government organizations and organizations in healthcare, retail, software, and manufacturing industries meet their business objectives through technology. He holds a master’s degree in Computer Information Systems from Boston University.