How a military strategy can help you secure your app deployment cycle
Sumo Logic's Lead Technical Advocate, Melissa Sussmann and Sumo Logic's Product Marketing Manager, Jason Dunne
About this talk
This presentation teaches DevOps practitioners how to standardize the most effective CIS processes for identifying and responding to threats quickly and effectively.
OODA = observe, orient, decide, act.
Observe = Track security bulletins/advisories and use continuous monitoring for your own infrastructure [Detection via security monitoring dashboards]
Orient = Research applicability of known threats to your environments [Threat detection security monitoring and analytics dashboards]
Decide = Determine remediation strategy [Response dashboard in the platform + Sumo alert and quarantine host response, Response via SOAR playbook]
Act = Rollout, monitor, and manage deployments [Rollout equates to collection, Monitor via continuous intelligence platform, manage via automation cloudformation templates]
Taking a templated approach when dealing with app deployments frees development teams up to focus on the issues that automation can’t address. By building and automating an “OODA” cycle, security analysts and engineers are able to speedily pinpoint issues, determine available options, decide on a remediation strategy, and implement it. This frees up the team to work on more interesting projects and less monotonous tasks.
Sumo Logic empowers the people who power modern, digital business through its Continuous Intelligence Platform™. Practitioners and developers around the world rely on Sumo Logic to gain real-time analytics and insights from their cloud-native applications, helping them ensure application reliability, secure and protect against modern security threats, and gain insights into their cloud infrastructures. …