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7 Techniques for Ramping Your DevSecOps Program Quickly


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Sponsored by CMD

Thursday, January 30
11am EST

Security shouldn’t slow you down. A common problem that DevOps teams encounter when adding security into the mix is that security controls introduce too much friction into the development process. That’s simply no bueno when you’ve got code that’s got to go live.

Join CEO of Cmd, Jake King, as he discusses 7 DevOps-friendly techniques that will help you seamlessly incorporate security so you can ramp quickly and still deliver code on time.

In this webinar, we will cover:
- Placing security at your fingertips so you never need to leave your terminal;
- Integrating seamlessly with tools you use every day like Slack, Duo and JIRA;
- Alerting on issues and incidents in real-time so you can address issues immediately;
- Sharing information across DevOps and Security to keep workflows moving fast.

Jake King
CEO & Co-Founder - Cmd
Jake King, CEO & Co-Founder of Cmd, is a long-time security practitioner specializing in infrastructure security, primarily in cloud environments. Prior to starting Cmd, Jake managed the security program at social media giant Hootsuite where he experienced first-hand the risks pertaining to Linux systems at scaleCmd was born out of these, and many other frustrations, quickly becoming one of the hottest startups in the cybersecurity space. Jake is a frequent speaker on the topic of Linux Security at BSides, MITRE, and other conferences, as well as an active member of the Vancouver cybersecurity community. An Australian native, Jake studied cyber forensics and information security management before relocating to Vancouver, Canada in 2013.


What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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