Lauren, Caroline, and Aaron delivered our most-watched DevSecOps sessions
Watch our top three DevSecOps sessions:
The (Air) Force Awakens: From Kessel Run to the moons of Bespin | Lauren Knausenberger | Chief Transformation Officer, U.S. Air Force
We chatted about the origins of KesselRun, PlatformOne, what we’ve nailed, what we’ve screwed up, and where we’re headed next.
Everyone’s Working from Home. What Does that Mean for "No Pants DevSecOps"? | Caroline Wong | Chief Strategy Officer, Cobalt.io Security leaders must refocus their efforts to align with the way that teams operate in a completely remote and distributed environment. Caroline shares best practices that all DevSecOps teams can implement while everyone is in "No Pants Mode".
Navigating the DevSecOps App-ocalypse with Security Chaos Engineering | Aaron Rinehart | CTO, Verica In this session we will introduce a new concept known as Security Chaos Engineering and how it can be applied to create highly secure, performant, and resilient distributed systems.
Chief Transformation Officer,
U.S. Air Force
Chief Security Strategist Cobalt.io
Co-founder and CTO Verica
“Because it's proactive and it's live data, you know instantly if any part of your application is now vulnerable. Not only that but when you get the information about the vulnerability, part of the Lifecycle mechanism actually gives you alternatives that you can use.”