Cyber Monday is here (and for those of us in the cloud security business, it’s also the start of the AWS re:Invent 2017 conference). So given all the strange things that have been happening in our cyber environment, we thought we would once again remind organizations and consumers alike about the need to be proactive and extra vigilant in their security practices. Read more “‘Tis the Season To Be Proactive, Vigilant, & Transparent”
Thank you TechJam!
You promised Speakers, Music, Food Trucks, Libations and Games, and you delivered the most awesome block party we’ve ever been to.
Read more “Threat Stack Rocks TechJam 2017”
Welcome to Boston!
Our city plays host to many tech conferences throught the year — and Threat Stack actively sponsors and particpates in many of these. To help you with your stay, we’ve compiled a comprehensive map of Boston, attempting to be both helpful (Where’s a nearby pharmacy?) and inclusive (Where are some kosher or halal eating options?).
DevOpsDays Austin 2017, ChefConf 2017, and OSCON are just around the corner, and anyone who follows Threat Stack knows we’re big supporters. Read more “Join Threat Stack at DevOpsDays Austin & ChefConf 2017”
You’re probably familiar with DevOps by now. It’s the collaboration between Development and Operations teams by leveraging the same tools and processes to get things done more efficiently. Now, Security is being brought into the fold, and this is called DevOpsSec.
Since DevOpsSec is a much newer term and development practice, we wanted to take the opportunity to discuss how companies can get started with many of its foundational elements. There are no two people better equipped to talk about it than Threat Stack’s own Head of Operations, Pete Cheslock, and CTO, Sam Bisbee.
Rather than walking you through a polished slide deck, Pete and Sam wanted to open up the discussion in an AMA (Ask Me Anything) format. We fielded questions from Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, as well as email and received hundreds of submissions. On Tuesday, March 14, in the middle of a blizzard here in Boston, they sat down for an hour to answer many of these questions live. Read more “Ask Us Anything: Recap on How to Get Started With DevOpsSec”
Yesterday, we hosted one of our most popular webinars to date: Steps for Establishing Your AWS Security Roadmap. Threat Stack’s VP of Engineering, Chris Gervais, was joined by AWS Solution Architect, Scott Ward, along with Zuora’s Head of Infrastructure Security, Bibek Galera for a practical discussion on how companies can build an effective cloud security roadmap from day one. Read more “Steps for Establishing Your AWS Security Roadmap”
If you’re heading to this year’s upcoming USENIX LISA Conference — welcome to Boston!
Threat Stack is a proud sponsor of the conference, and our Pat Cable is an “Invited Talks Co-Chair”. As a Boston-based company located just a few blocks from the event, we thought it would be helpful to provide a guide to our city for those of you who are coming from out of town.
We’ve compiled a comprehensive map to help you with your stay, attempting to be both helpful (Where’s a nearby pharmacy?) and inclusive (Where are some kosher or halal eating options?).