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Thursday, August 31 • 10:45am - 11:30am
DevSecOps, It’s Not You, It’s Not Me, It’s We

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Over the last few years we have seen the rise of a powerful new community rooted in two areas with historically different backgrounds. DevSecOps has taken hold in both the cybersecurity community, as well as in the world of Dev and Ops. But what is really driving the growth here? While tools are important, as in most things DevOps, it comes down to culture. Instilling a culture of “security is everyone’s responsibility”, is the key to a successful DevSecOps program. While this may sound simple, changing cultures is never as easy as it sounds. In DevSecOps, we are dealing with long standing customs and ingrained behaviors that sometimes work against our success.

How do we convince the security team that they are not the only ones who care about security. That giving up a little control in order to automate more, go faster will allow us to be more secure. How do we show the developers, the DevOps team, QA and others that security is not just the job of the security team, but it is their job and responsibility too? Continuous Delivery, must also include continuous security.

Case studies show us that if we can have everyone adopt this mindset, we can do more, faster and more secure! Join us in the panel discussion where we will talk about how to instill this culture in your own organization. Tips that will allow you to be successful with DevSecOps, as well as some discussion of tools that can help. If developing secure code and maintaining secure apps is important to you, don’t miss this session!

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Pete Chestna

DevSecOps Transformation Consultant, CA Technologies
Pete Chestna has more than 25 years of experience developing software and leading development teams and has been granted three patents. Pete has been developing web applications since 1996, including one of the first applications to be delivered through a web interface. He led his... Read More →
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Pathik Patel

Principal Security Architect, Informatica
Pathik has more than 12 years of experience in Security Industry. Currently he is Principal Security Architect at Informatica. He is helping Informatica build next generation of cloud infrastructure while Informatica is moving their business to cloud. Prior to Informatica, he has... Read More →
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Alan Shimel

CEO & Founder, DevOps.com
Throughout his career spanning over 25 years in the IT industry, Alan Shimel has been at the forefront of leading technology change. From hosting and infrastructure, to security and now DevOps, Shimel is an industry leader whose opinions and views are widely sought after.  Alan’s... Read More →
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Andrew Storms

Vice President of Security Services, New Context
Andrew Storms is the Vice President of Security Services at New Context. Previously, Storms was the Senior Director of DevOps for CloudPassage and the Director of Security Operations for nCircle (acquired by Tripwire). At nCircle, he was responsible for the definition and enforcement... Read More →
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Rob Stroud

Principal Analyst, Forrester
As a principal analyst on the I&O team, Robert focuses on driving the market toward a refined approach to software-defined infrastructure development and delivery. He challenges thinking by applying DevOps and continuous delivery insights to infrastructure and cloud to assist enterprises... Read More →
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Anders Wallgren

CTO, Electric Cloud
Anders Wallgren is Chief Technical Officer of Electric Cloud. Anders brings with him over 25 years of in-depth experience designing and building commercial software. Previously, Anders held executive and management positions at Aceva, Archistra, Impresse, Macromedia (MACR), Common... Read More →
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Curtis Yanko

Sr Principal Architect, Sonatype
Curtis Yanko is a Sr Principal Architect at Sonatype and a DevOps coach/evangelist. Prior to coming to Sonatype Curtis started the DevOps Center of Enablement at a Fortune 100 insurance company and chaired a Open Source Governance Committee. When he isn’t working with customers... Read More →

Thursday August 31, 2017 10:45am - 11:30am PDT
Golden Gate C3