Security is not an outcome - stop treating it like one!

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Sandy Carielli, Principal Analyst, Forrester Research, David Zendzian, Field CISO, VMware, moderated by Rita Manachi, VMware

About this talk

To stop CVEs from wreaking havoc on their business, enterprise security leaders have come a long way in addressing security breaches at the perimeter, and adopting novel concepts like Zero Trust, DevSecOps, shift-left security, and SASE to name a few. However, while reducing mean time to recovery (MTTR), shrinking your vulnerability backlog and treating vulnerability persistence are critical, they treat security as an outcome; that’s not enough. Meanwhile, IT security teams are still perceived as hindering innovation in the name of safety and governance. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In today’s distributed, cloud native ecosystems, security must be integrated into your app dev and delivery process. We believe when treated properly, IT security can accelerate your app dev and delivery process. Focusing on security-enabling outcomes and making security an integrated and continuous part of the application lifecycle - from the first line of code to an app running in production - allows your application developers and platform engineering teams to deliver secure, value-producing, software more quickly. Join VMware Tanzu field CISO, David Zendzian and special guest Forrester Principal Analyst Sandy Carielli for a discussion about: - (Re)Defining security enabling outcomes - Addressing increased security attacks on APIs, containers, and distributed/cloud native systems - Making the business case for embedding security during early stage innovation and integrating it into your app dev and delivery process - How to ensure security is continuous and invisible to your devs and end-users

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