Security has such a large number of subtopics that it’s sometimes difficult to define what the field looks like as a whole. It means something vastly different to a Security Engineer, a CISO, and a Developer. Realistically, at most companies, Security is the prevention of leaking customer data or exposing secrets. Usually this manifests as “let’s make sure only the logged-in user can view this information” or “make sure the password is stored securely.” These are important, but they don’t cover enough. Read more “Security by Design or by Accident”
Yesterday, we co-hosted a webinar with Amazon’s security strategist, Tim Sandage, and SessionM’s director of technical solutions and operations, Jason LaVoie, to discuss how companies can become secure by design using automation.
With cloud providers like AWS making it easier than ever to get up and running in the cloud, the next item on the agenda for many is how to get security up to speed as well. In yesterday’s webinar, Tim, Jason, and our own senior security engineer, Patrick Cable, offered practical and strategic ways for companies to do just this. Read more “How to Leverage Automation to Make Your Organization Secure by Design”
Secure by Design: Automating Security for Your Cloud Deployment
Security and DevOps teams are both being asked to make their organizations run faster and more securely while proving it in the form of compliance audits and completed security questionnaires. But no one has the time — and few have the knowledge — to do all this, let alone do it well.