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DevSecOps: Finding the Adversaries in Our Midst

Recorded on September 12, 2018

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Security’s function is to keep the bad guys out. Better development and testing practices have led to improved attack prevention, but too often breaches occur from attacks outside industry standard top ten lists.

Well, what if we could find out the top ten vectors that bad guys actually attack rather than the ones we presume they do?

 

Shannon Lietz, DevSecOps leader at Intuit, discusses how you can get greater visibility into both how and where you’re being attacked. She'll  explain how to use that visibility to build, create, secure, and deploy sites that protect what your business actually cares about.

 

You'll learn how:

  • DevOps and security can identify where attacks are actually happening
  • To remove information silos between security, development, and operations
  • Using this new information and collaboration can help you build more secure software
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Shannon Lietz

DevSecOps Leader, Intuit

Shannon is an award-winning innovator with over two decades of experience pursuing advanced security defenses and next generation security solutions. She is responsible for setting and driving Intuit’s DevSecOps and cloud security strategy, roadmap, and implementation in support of corporate innovation. She operates a 24x7 DevSecOps team that specializes in Adversary Management. Shannon is an IANS faculty member and holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Biological Sciences from Mount St. Mary’s College.

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