The intersection of Security and DevOps. What does 2015 hold in store? Organizations are under increasing pressure to do more, faster. But cybersecurity breaches by criminals, hacktivists and state sponsored actors have cast a shadow over large portions of our IT infrastructure. How can security and DevOps in tandem make us safer while allowing us to increase speed and quality? This webinar features a panel of experts in security, development and operations. We will explore what this year and beyond holds in terms of help as well as pitfalls. What can you do to build more security into your processes? How can you be compliant, secure and efficient? This year promises to be a watershed in security and DevOps. Join us in this webinar to hear an expert panels views on what it means to you.
YouTube playback of the webinar:
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Date: Thursday, January 29th, 2015
Time: 1pm eastern standard time
Moderated by DevOps.com co-founder and editor-in-chief Alan Shimel, the experts on our panel are:
James Brown is Chief Experience Officer at JumpCloud. He works with the JumpCloud team to define product strategy, and set the overall usage and support experience. James’ background is in system administration, software development, security, and product management.
Tim Matthews is VP at Incapsula. Tim brings over 20 years of software sales and marketing experience at security and technology companies to Incapsula. Prior to joining Incapsula, Tim was CMO of CrowdFlower, the leading SaaS crowdsourcing platform. Tim holds a B.S. in Computer Science from Union College in Schenectady, NY.
Stephen Coty is Director of Threat Research at Alert Logic and also the author of the Cloud Security Report. In his role at Alert Logic, With his wealth of experience in the security space, Stephen is currently in the process of building a premier threat research team that is innovating the industry. He is also a member of ISSA, Infragard and the HTCIA.