Pete Cheslock

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How to get started with DevOpSec

Integrating security with continuous delivery

Date: This event took place live on February 23 2017

Presented by: Pete Cheslock

Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.

Cost: Free

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Description:

Computers are hard, and security is even harder. You're working diligently to keep your systems running, your data safe, and your customers happy. Yet no matter how hard you try we keep finding the newest vulnerability in software that we've been depending on for a decade or more.

The cloud is making it easier than ever to provision systems to meet your infrastructure needs — and to do so very quickly. Speed to market is a major competitive advantage that many companies are leveraging through the concept of Infrastructure as Code. Provisioning hundreds or thousands of compute instances in mere minutes is now considered an everyday activity, but who (or what) is continually monitoring the state of your continually changing infrastructure?

This webcast will discuss the following topics:

  • What is the role of security in this new everything-as-a-service landscape?
  • How to build in security the same way you build in quality as part of your continuous delivery pipelines.
  • How to improve your security posture, whether you have a security team or not.
  • Leveling up the security chops for your entire company, not just your engineers.

About Pete Cheslock, Head of Operations & Support, Threat Stack

As the head of Threat Stack's operations and support teams, Pete is focused on delivering the highest level of service, reliability, and customer satisfaction to Threat Stacks growing user base. An industry veteran with nearly 20 years' experience in Technical Operations, Pete understands the challenges and and issues faced by security, development and operations professionals everyday and how we can help. Prior to Threat Stack, Pete held senior positions at Dyn and Sonian where he built, managed and developed automation and release engineering teams and projects.