The IT infrastructure landscape and the way we build and deliver applications has gone through rapid growth and transformation. The current trend and shift to cloud computing, microservices architecture, and shared resources has brought many benefits to organizations who are looking for speed, scale, and agility.
While these environments offer great functionalities at reduced cost, the speed at which code is deployed often lacks robust security and compliance. In this on-demand webinar, DevSecOps: Staying Secure and Compliant in a High-paced Release Cycle, we will discuss how to take advantage of these emerging environments in order to keep security at the forefront of your development operations.
You will learn:
- What DevSecOps is
- Why you should embrace DevSecOps principles to enhance security while keeping pace with regulatory compliance
- How to begin to shift your organizational culture to adopt DevSecOps model
- How to take advantage of automation and tools to build robust cloud environments
Please join us for new insights into staying secure and compliant while meeting today’s need for speed in application development.
Milica Green joined Telos in June 2017, and serves as a Compliance Subject Matter Expert. She is a skilled cybersecurity and compliance professional experienced in information systems certification and accreditation and information technology security. At Telos, Milica provides expert support, analysis, research, and advice into complex compliance problems in support of the Xacta application. She applies domain knowledge in effort to translate functional needs into technical security solutions.
Milica is a certified Amazon Web Services (AWS) Solutions Architect and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in Business Leadership from the George Mason University.
Mr. Sullivan is Director, Xacta Support Service which includes planning and deploying Software as a Service (SaaS) for Telos Xacta Suite in the cloud. He holds a MS, BS and AAS in Information Systems and over 21 years of experience in security policy, technical and management of information systems technology and security. His security and technology certifications includes CISSP, CEH, CHFI and Azure and AWS Cloud. He has held USAF positions as base ISSM, EMSEC, COMPUSEC and COMSEC Managers and USAF, NAVY, Intelligence Community C&A/A&A practitioner following FedRAMP, CNSSI 1253, DCID 6/3, RMF, DIACAP, DITSCAP. Mr. Sullivan is also part-time Faculty at Middle Georgia State University and member of their Center for Cybersecurity Education and Applied Research (CCEAR), member of the International Information System Security Certification Consortium (ISC)² Chapter Advisory Committee and Co-Founder and Past President, current Membership chair for the (ISC)² Middle Georgia Chapter.