Live Tuesday, March 27 at 1:00 p.m. EST
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Common wisdom holds that, when it comes to software releases, you can only have two of: good, fast, or secure. But we don’t agree at all. When DevOps is implemented thoughtfully and holistically — and when security is brought into the process early — it’s entirely possible to release high-quality, secure code as quickly as the market demands.
In this webinar, we’ll walk you through exactly how Threat Stack has avoided sacrificing security on the altar of speed and share best practices to help you achieve the holy trinity of good, fast, secure code at your organization. Read more “Upcoming Webinar — Good, Fast, or Secure? Why DevOps Means You Don’t Have to Choose”
Live Thursday, March 1 at 1:00 p.m. EST (18:00:00 UTC)
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A recent Threat Stack survey finds 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 to gain speed, the long-held dream of marrying DevOps and security won’t come true.
Who & What
Join this webinar to hear Pete Cheslock, Threat Stack Senior Director of Operations, and Franklin Mosley, PagerDuty Senior Application Security Engineer, discuss the current status of SecOps along with critical gaps and obstacles.
Here are a few of the survey findings:
- 68% of companies say their CEO demands that DevOps and security teams do nothing to slow the business down
- 57% percent say their Operations team pushes back on security best practices
- 44% of developers aren’t trained to code securely
- Live Thursday, March 1 at 1:00 p.m.EST (18:00:00 UTC)
Live January 30 at 1:00 p.m. EST (10:00 a.m. PST)
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Today’s headlines are full of dire news about the latest cybersecurity threats, and without fail, these blur the lines between hype and reality.
As a security, technology, or product leader, you need to separate fact from fiction so you can give your stakeholders an accurate picture of the security and compliance issues your company is facing along with a realistic plan for how you intend to manage them. Read more “Upcoming Webinar: “5 Security & Compliance Questions Your SaaS Business Should be Prepared to Answer in 2018””
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.
Read more “Join Threat Stack’s Automating AWS Security Webinar”
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”
In Part 1 of this two-part series, we put a magnifying glass on some of the top cloud security trends and lessons learned in 2016. In Part 2, we’re going to look at where we believe cloud security is headed over the next year.
Read more “How to Secure Your Cloud Environment for What’s Next”
The conversations about cloud security are changing rapidly. A few years ago, companies were hesitant to even talk about moving to the cloud because of all the unknowns — specifically in regard to security. Cloud service providers like Amazon, Google, and Microsoft have made bold commitments to security, so today the conversation is shifting from how secure the cloud itself is, to how individual companies can better secure their data and systems.
On Tuesday, January 17, Threat Stack’s Director of Products, Vikram Varakantam, and OneLogin’s CISO, Alvaro Hoyos, hosted a webinar to discuss where they each see cloud security headed in the coming year. Read more “To Predict Cloud Security’s Future, We Must First Understand Its Past”
Security is a shared responsibility when you run your business on Amazon Web Services (AWS). To hold up your end of the bargain, there are many best practices at companies should be employing early on (but often don’t) to ensure that they’re maintaining security and that it can scale as the company grows.
Read more “Best Practices for Implementing & Scaling Security in AWS”
The cloud is very different from on-premise infrastructure in several key ways. Some of these differences become apparent when it comes to external attacks. To get to the core of how these attacks can unfold differently in the cloud (and how they are the same), Threat Stack recently hosted a webinar in which I interviewed security engineer Anthony Alves about the anatomy of a cloud attack.
Read more “Anatomy of an Attack: How the Cloud Gets Hacked”