Security engineering teams have a duty to keep your business secure. The hyper-competitive nature of tech pushes for breakneck deployment schedules, which puts pressure on security protocols.
With near-instantaneous code deployments as the new norm, quick deployment models are often scary to security teams. How can you, as a security leader, fundamentally shift the position of security from a blocker to an enabler of business velocity?
To address this reality, modern teams need to embrace cultural change in the form of DevSecOps. The keys to cultivating this transition are active communication, information sharing, and empathy.
Zane Lackey is the co-founder and Chief Security Officer at Signal Sciences. He is the author of Building a Modern Security Program published by O’Reilly Media. He serves on multiple public and private advisory boards and is an investor in emerging cybersecurity companies. Prior to co-founding Signal Sciences, Zane led Etsy's security team at the forefront of the DevOps/Cloud shift as CISO.
DevOps culture focuses on increasing visibility to enable informed decision making between security, development, and operations teams.
Zane Lackey, our CSO and co-founder, shares his framework for building a modern security engineering organization—download the white paper today!