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How to Scale Governance, Compliance and Security through GitHub Actions


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Wednesday, October 20, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Security has long been used to minimize and manage risk associated with enterprise delivery and its dependencies. The software industry is evolving at an unprecedented pace and is realizing the benefits of incorporating security as an innovative force.

But where do you start? How do you scale aspects of governance, compliance and security across different application teams, codebases and microservices architectures?

In this talk, we will demonstrate how to leverage aspects of your digital transformation implementations to incorporate these controls from the start via:

  • Cloud automation (GitHub workflows)
  • Cloud architectures/design patterns (Azure Kubernetes services)
  • Cloud-native application security (Contrast Security)
  • Using GitHub Actions as the medium to template and scale your automation, we will demonstrate how to enable your enterprise teams to deliver secure software faster
Sr. Alliance Solutions Architect - Contrast Security
Mark Tomcza is a Sr. Alliance Solutions Architect with Contrast Security and has been in the technology field for over 10 years, predominantly focused on modern and future distributed technology implementations. Mark has a background in full stack software development with extensive experience around containers and microservices. He has helped companies all over the world modernize their software delivery and transition into full scale digital transformations.
Principal Cloud Solution Architect - Microsoft
As a Principal Cloud Solution Architect with Microsoft in Chicago, Kevin is responsible for helping partners build modern, scalable applications using Azure and the Microsoft platform.
Since joining Microsoft in January 2001, he has worked as a Technical Architect, Director and Global Technology Strategist - while inspiring thousands of individuals in the community to explore STEM careers.
Tommy Falgout
Sr. Cloud Solution Architect - Microsoft
Tommy loves to build. His formative years were obsessed with LEGO and now he's a Cloud Solution Architect where he helps Microsoft partners build large-scale distributed applications on Azure and Kubernetes. He has been on Nickelodeon as a Trebuchet Expert (he even has an IMDB page) and was most recently on the Red Bull Soapbox Race designed at the Plano Makerspace. Ask him about Robo-Clippy and his LED Lanyard project.

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