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Shift Left: Balancing DevOps and Infrastructure Security


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Sponsored by GitLab and Google Cloud

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The benefits of cloud transformation and app modernization initiatives are clear for large, mature organizations: cost savings, flexible software development, faster app release cycles, business agility and innovation. Application security postures are evolving to include shift-left patterns during development in addition to production-specific security requirements that are unique to cloud environments. This impacts customers who are unclear or unprepared for the separation of concerns between development and production and who are uncertain how to prepare for a changing threat landscape.

During this online roundtable, security experts from GitLab and Google Cloud will discuss these security challenges and how to address them to protect application code, infrastructure-as-code (IaC), open source components, APIs and other potential cloud security vulnerabilities.

By attending you will learn about:

  • The DevSecOps mindset shift that better prepares organizations as they embrace multi-cloud, IaC, cloud-native app development and other competitive practices
  • How a shared security responsibility model in DevSecOps works
  • DevOps practices and tools for automation and cross-team collaboration that infuse security into development, operations and applications
  • Key business decisions GitLab made when implementing security as a tenancy of Google Cloud Platform as well as considerations, best practices and lessons learned
  • Low-hanging fruit that can reduce security risk while streamlining the software life cycle for those looking to deploy on secure cloud infrastructure
Johnathan Hunt
VP of Security - GitLab
Johnathan Hunt has been in the InfoSec and cybersecurity space for more than 20 years, working across several verticals including SaaS, financial, telecommunications, healthcare, government and more. He has focused on building and maturing security programs at multiple companies including two Fortune 500s and multiple startups. Johnathan is particularly passionate about bug bounty, supply chain security and DevSecOps. He has presented at several conferences, podcasts, interviews and blog series on these topics. He holds numerous security certifications and has a master’s degree in information systems.
Nima Badiey
Global Vice President, Alliances - GitLab
Nima Badiey leads the Alliance team at GitLab responsible for partnerships with hyper-scalers, cloud operators, platform providers and ISV/technology partners. His role encompasses strategy, recruitment and go-to-market success with partners. He is a 20+ year veteran of the computer industry with various leadership roles at Google, Pivotal, VMware, Joyent, SixApart, Flickr, Deloitte, Sun Microsystems and Boeing. Nima is a graduate of Stanford, UC Berkeley and UCLA with degrees in Engineering and Business.
Vijay Ganti
Head of Security, Google Cloud Products - Google Cloud
Vijay Ganti leads the Product Management team for Threat Detection & Analytics at Google Cloud. Prior to this role, Ganti held leadership positions across security, engineering, strategy and product management at VMWare, Bell Labs and EMC. Ganti’s technology experience includes building machine learning applications in the video and image processing domain. He’s passionate about using his ML/AI expertise to solve compelling cybersecurity problems. He holds a BS from Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, and an MBA from Indian Institute of Management with a specialization in statistics.

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