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Thursday, March 9 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
Remembering how we got here: Integrating defense-in-depth into DevOps culture
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We are living in the age of the App where the term "low-level" likely refers to APIs instead of networks. In the world where public cloud is becoming the default, it's easy to forget how we got to a place where network access and availability is a given and you can build a successful startup without ever plugging in a server (or knowing what actually plugs in to a server for that matter). As organizations continue to adapt to this rapidly changing environment, a myriad of technology solutions create a complex support environment. We will discuss the intersection between DevOps culture and defense-in-depth from the infrastructure automation perspective, addressing common security concerns and mitigating approaches. Throughout the talk we keep in mind that customers and developers alike are all end-users of the complex systems we build and maintain.
 

Speakers
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Kasim Esmail

Director, Network Architecture, AppliedTrust
Kasim is Director of Network Architecture at AppliedTrust. His areas of specialty include network and infrastructure design and security, availability and performance tuning, strategic long-term planning, and auditing. He also has significant experience with large-scale network planning/design and implementation, including high-availability and disaster recovery, as well as converged technology integration.
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Matt Krieger

Principal Security Architect, SportsEngine
Matt is a true full-stack systems architect with a focus on making easy-to-use networks and software systems as secure as possible. As Principal Security Architect at SportsEngine, he works with the entire organization to ensure customer data is protected by relevant policies, technical safeguards, and a culture of responsible data stewardship.


Thursday March 9, 2017 11:00am - 12:00pm
Track 3 Salt Palace Convention Center

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