Security at the speed of DevOps
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Best practices for moving to the cloud
Organizations are rapidly adopting DevOps as they retool their IT infrastructure. The speed and agility it delivers enables them to better serve their customers and compete more effectively in the marketplace. Far too often security is seen as an inhibitor — getting in the way of rapid delivery of new applications and the ability to scale infrastructure to meet business opportunity.
In this session, experts from Amazon Web Services (AWS) and CrowdStrike will outline how to quickly deploy and scale while retaining control and preserving compliance when using the cloud. You’ll learn how you can adopt a DevOps model without sacrificing security by using automated compliance policies, fine-grained controls, and configuration management techniques.
This webcast will cover these key topics and takeaways:
- A review and discussion of the shared responsibility model to help you understand the tenets of security that’s “of” the cloud versus security “in” the cloud
- Best practices in securing your cloud presence
- Practical steps for how you should assess your infrastructure, management and compliance
Solutions Architect, Amazon Web Services (AWS)
Scott Ward is a solutions architect with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Based out of Seattle, WA, Scott is part of a team that supports AWS's global network of technology and consulting partners. For AWS partners, Scott’s focus is on existing AWS architecture validation and improvements, planning new architectures for workloads on AWS, providing guidance on how to use new AWS services, and providing general technical enablement. Scott has a deep background in supporting, enhancing, and building global financial solutions to meet the needs of large companies, including many years supporting the global financial systems for Amazon.com.
Principal Consultant, CrowdStrike
Alexi Papaleonardos is a Principal Consultant at CrowdStrike. Prior to joining CrowdStrike, Papaleonardos was a Senior Security Engineer at Netflix and led the security operations team at Sony Network Entertainment, where he was also the Cloud Security Architect for the PlayStation Network. Earlier in his career, he held Defender roles for commercial and federal customers. His work in infosec began as a student at the Ohio State University where he was an incident responder.
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