In the fast-paced world of cloud-native and frequent code changes, the attack surface and risk profiles change just as quickly - giving rise to the SecDevOps.
As companies embrace SecDevOps, new challenges arise as different teams need to learn new concepts and technologies that aren't normally associated with their day-to-day responsibilities. Now, DevOps teams need to learn how to secure their software and infrastructure, while security teams adapt to a rapid delivery environment.
Aside from the new skills that need to be learned, a common thread between software, ops, and security teams must be established. With varying goals and different perspectives to boot, coming to that common understanding is where most run into their first set of unspoken challenges.
Join us in the upcoming fireside chat with Scott Surovich, HSBC's Global Container Engineering Lead, as we have an honest discussion about navigating the cultural and technical challenges of the journey to SecDevOps.
Scott Surovich has been in the enterprise Financial sector for 20 years and his current role is as the Global container engineering lead and Anthos on-prem product manager at HSBC Bank. Scott is also the co-chair of the CNCF's Financial Services Working group which is a collection of Global financial institutions working together on best practices to run Kubernetes securely in the highly regulated Financial sector.
Tony is an engineering leader with over 20 years of experience. He’s been commended for mentoring and inspiring teams, implementing standards and aligning technology with business requirements from the ground up. A former CTO, Tony currently consults and advises start-ups.
Daniel leads our Revenue team and comes from a rich start up background working with DevOps teams since 2015 at Platfrom9 then later at HashiCorp. Before joining Magalix, Daniel had been consulting with large banks, and numerous fintechs, helping them navigate cloud native technologies and the fundamental changes needed to fully embrace modern day computing.