Our recent survey found that over 50% of companies admit to cutting back on security measures to meet a business deadline or objective. As long as companies are willing to sacrifice security at the altar of speed, the long-held dream of marrying DevOps and security simply won’t become reality.
To speak to the issue, Threat Stack’s Head of Operations, Pete Cheslock, and PagerDuty’s Senior Application Security Engineer, Franklin Mosley, joined the SANS Institute for a recent webinar. You can listen to the full webinar here or read the major takeaways below. Read more “52% of Companies Sacrifice Cybersecurity for Speed — Webinar Recap”
Good CEOs are committed to moving their companies forward, increasing revenue, and ensuring that their teams are productive. When business challenges arise, they approach them with the best intentions. After all, it’s the CEO’s job to have the company’s best interests in mind.
Recently, at Threat Stack, we surveyed DevOps and security pros to learn how cybersecurity is being implemented at their companies. In this post, we’re sharing what we learned about how a CEO’s attitude to and perspective on cybersecurity can affect the whole organization, as well as how to approach the challenges that may arise. This is the first in a series of four posts where we dive into the data we unearthed during this survey. Read more “How CEOs Can Be a Cybersecurity Liability (And What to Do About It)”