The Death Of DevSecOps

Presented by

Jerry Gamblin, Principal Security Engineer, Kenna Security

About this talk

“It is with our deepest sorrow that we inform you of the death of our beloved budget line and one of our favorite buzzwords, DevSecOps. A small community memorial service will be held at RiRi’s Irish Pub following this talk. DevSecOps is survived by a strong and independent development shop closely aligned with business goals that DevSecOps attempted but never managed to fully understand.” While the above is obviously hyperbole it is not far from what is actually happening in many development shops. Security groups were invited late to the DevOps movement, and more and more security teams are once again being excluded from these groups. In this webinar, Kenna Principal Security Engineer Jerry Gamblin will discuss why this is happening and what can be done to stop this trend moving forward by better aligning security goals with the business goals. Join Jerry to discover: - Why DevSecOps dies when security is a constant foil, fails to understand the business, and doesn’t have traction within the rest of the organization - How to save DevSecOps by knowing and aligning security with the organization’s goals and concerns, such as profit generation and risk tolerance - Whether DevSecOps is worth saving and what a world without DevSecOps might look like

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