DevSecOps - ITWeb2018SS Security Summit - JASON SUTTIE
Jason Suttie Head of Disruption at The Foundery division of Rand Merchant Bank
Jason, Suttie, RMB, Agile, DevOps, Rand, Merchant, Bank, Technology, IT, Disruption, Foundery,
949
post-template-default,single,single-post,postid-949,single-format-standard,ajax_fade,page_not_loaded,,qode-title-hidden,qode_grid_1300,footer_responsive_adv,qode-theme-ver-16.2.1,qode-theme-bridge,disabled_footer_bottom,wpb-js-composer js-comp-ver-5.4.7,vc_responsive

DevSecOps – ITWeb2018SS Security Summit

DevSecOps – ITWeb2018SS Security Summit

Innovating in Cyber Security using DevOps

Slide2
laptop frame
hero image

Three things you will get from this article:

  1. An understanding of security applied to DevOps i.e. DevSecOps
  2. How DevSecOps gives you security velocity
  3. How to implement DevSecOps in your organisation

The Story of Macchu Picchu

The engineering marvel that is Macchu Picchu and its allure to me. Who I am and why I’m interested – taking things apart and not putting them back together. I’m an engineer.

Background to city: Spanish – the destruction of cities etc, inquisition etc. This city survived the Spanish genocide as well as the onslaught of the environmental …

Location: The remote in the Andes on the edge of the Colca Canyon, high altitude 2430m versus 1753m, precarious.

Engineering: This was very progressing for its time given Macchu Piccu was built in 1450

The Incas who built Machu Picchu atop a high ridge in the Peruvian Andes some 500 years ago had no wheels, no iron or steel, no written language. Yet the exquisite estate they created for warrior-emperor Pachacuti endures.

Extraordinary engineering feats that made Machu Picchu possible, and that have protected it through the years from the region’s heavy rains, mudslides, and earthquakes.

Its inherent engineering protected the city from environmental factors like heavy rains, extreme cold and the precarious landscape but didn’t the city from functioning optimally. Protection mechanisms were not an afterthought, they were part of the intentional design of the city.

laptop frame
hero image

Three things you will get from this article:

  1. An understanding of security applied to DevOps i.e. DevSecOps
  2. How DevSecOps gives you security velocity
  3. How to implement DevSecOps in your organisation

The Story of Macchu Picchu

The engineering marvel that is Macchu Picchu and its allure to me. Who I am and why I’m interested – taking things apart and not putting them back together. I’m an engineer.

Background to city:

Spanish – the destruction of cities etc, inquisition etc. This city survived the Spanish genocide as well as the onslaught of the environmental …

Location: The remote in the Andes on the edge of the Colca Canyon, high altitude 2430m versus 1753m, precarious

Engineering: This was very progressing for its time given Macchu Piccu was built in 1450

The Incas who built Machu Picchu atop a high ridge in the Peruvian Andes some 500 years ago had no wheels, no iron or steel, no written language. Yet the exquisite estate they created for warrior-emperor Pachacuti endures.

Extraordinary engineering feats that made Machu Picchu possible, and that have protected it through the years from the region’s heavy rains, mudslides, and earthquakes.

Its inherent engineering protected the city from environmental factors like heavy rains, extreme cold and the precarious landscape but didn’t the city from functioning optimally. Protection mechanisms were not an afterthought, they were part of the intentional design of the city.

More on the event and speakers: Jason Suttie DevSecOps ITWebSS2018

More on the event and speakers: Jason Suttie DevSecOps ITWebSS2018