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Needed Now: An Enterprise Cyber Threat Survival Kit

DevSecOps experts from Visa and CYBRIC discuss cyber threat survival. With rapid innovation and continuous delivery via DevOps, organizations are exposed to a constant threat and to catalyze it, threats are evolving rapidly. Equifax was recently the target of perhaps the most critical data breach ever. Hackers exploited a vulnerability in an open-source software package that allowed them to exfiltrate sensitive information on half of the US population.

How can we protect ourselves against such breaches?

Organizations need to seamlessly embed continuous security within existing ecosystems, to enforce continuous security and orchestration within the production environment. In this webinar, Swapnil Deshmukh, a Sr. Director of Emerging Technologies Security at Visa discusses the cultural changes needed for an enterprise to imbibe and deliver continuous security, including:

• Coverage: Ensure proper metrics, analytics and reporting are in place to measure the effectiveness of existing security tools and processes; have an up-to-date inventory and complete coverage of all code published in production at any given point.
• Continuous Monitoring: Broadly applied, continuous monitoring can provide network traffic visibility. This, coupled with behavioral analysis and anomaly detection, builds necessary trustworthiness into the information systems supporting the organization’s key control missions.
• Feedback Loop: A constant feedback loop from security technology stacks is critical for overall maturity of the security operation center.

Guest Presenter:
Swapnil Deshmukh is a Sr. Director of Emerging Technologies Security at Visa. His team is responsible for attesting security for emerging technologies. He’s coauthored the Hacking Exposed series, is a member of OWASP and has helped Fortune 500 companies build secure operations centers.
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Swapnil Deshmukh, a Sr. Director of Emerging Technologies Security at Visa; Mike D. Kail, CTO, CYBRIC
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  • Needed Now: An Enterprise Cyber Threat Survival Kit Dec 12 2017 6:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Swapnil Deshmukh, a Sr. Director of Emerging Technologies Security at Visa; Mike D. Kail, CTO, CYBRIC
    DevSecOps experts from Visa and CYBRIC discuss cyber threat survival. With rapid innovation and continuous delivery via DevOps, organizations are exposed to a constant threat and to catalyze it, threats are evolving rapidly. Equifax was recently the target of perhaps the most critical data breach ever. Hackers exploited a vulnerability in an open-source software package that allowed them to exfiltrate sensitive information on half of the US population.

    How can we protect ourselves against such breaches?

    Organizations need to seamlessly embed continuous security within existing ecosystems, to enforce continuous security and orchestration within the production environment. In this webinar, Swapnil Deshmukh, a Sr. Director of Emerging Technologies Security at Visa discusses the cultural changes needed for an enterprise to imbibe and deliver continuous security, including:

    • Coverage: Ensure proper metrics, analytics and reporting are in place to measure the effectiveness of existing security tools and processes; have an up-to-date inventory and complete coverage of all code published in production at any given point.
    • Continuous Monitoring: Broadly applied, continuous monitoring can provide network traffic visibility. This, coupled with behavioral analysis and anomaly detection, builds necessary trustworthiness into the information systems supporting the organization’s key control missions.
    • Feedback Loop: A constant feedback loop from security technology stacks is critical for overall maturity of the security operation center.

    Guest Presenter:
    Swapnil Deshmukh is a Sr. Director of Emerging Technologies Security at Visa. His team is responsible for attesting security for emerging technologies. He’s coauthored the Hacking Exposed series, is a member of OWASP and has helped Fortune 500 companies build secure operations centers.
  • From DevSecCon: Shifting Left - Embedding Security into the SDLC Recorded: Nov 10 2017 39 mins
    Mike D. Kail, CTO, CYBRIC
    If you weren't able to attend DevSecCon, you can view this session here. Widespread adoption of the DevOps culture and focus on automation has increased the velocity products and updates are delivered to production. This increased velocity has often resulted in code and application security testing being a periodic, manual exercise instead of part of the continuous pipeline. CYBRIC CTO Mike D. Kail discusses the need for security to “Shift Left” and seamlessly embed code and application security testing into the DevOps CI/CD pipeline via automation and orchestration. In this talk, you’ll also hear about how to introduce and drive the cultural change that is necessary in order for true collaboration to occur between the application developers and security teams, as well as a lively Q&A.
  • Fuel Innovation & Streamline Security: A Real-World DevSecOps Transformation Recorded: Nov 10 2017 32 mins
    Jim Rutt, CIO, The Dana Foundation and Mike D. Kail, CTO, CYBRIC
    Forward-looking organizations are increasing innovation velocity, modernizing development while trying to stay ahead of the constantly changing threat landscape. The Dana Foundation is one such organization. Committed to advancing brain research, The Foundation needed to transition to the cloud to drive efficiency and more effectively manage risk. With this shift, Dana moved from waterfall to DevOps but CIO Jim Rutt had to ensure they still maintained the organization’s strict security posture.

    In this webinar you will learn how The Dana Foundation is using Cybric’s innovative software security assurance platform to:
    •Complete its move from Waterfall to DevOps methodology while embedding security earlier in the development process.
    •Simplify security testing onto one platform vs. run manually by siloed functions.
    •Gain full visibility of security across the development lifecycle.
Continuous Application Security
Because companies are pressured to innovate at high velocity, application security can be an afterthought, and not part of the SDLC (software development lifecycle). Companies are in the dark about how secure they are and lack the visibility to respond at the pace required. This channel’s content is by CYBRIC customers, experts including our CTO Mike D. Kail (@mdkail) and industry analysts who are knowledgeable about cybersecurity, cloud security, application security, DevOps and DevSecOps – all critical elements of business transformation. They all understand that it’s imperative for security to keep pace with development velocity, from code commit to application delivery. Our channel is meant for those in an organization, from application development and security teams to CIO and CISO, who have to answer the question about their security posture: “How secure are we?” We hope you find this channel content informative.

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