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Solving for DevOps Auditors with Automated Compliance


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Automated compliance when it comes to DevOps? It wasn’t what we expected either, until we found ourselves solving DevSecOps challenges with auditors in unique ways. We realized that code could be used to assert and evaluate controls as just another part of a software stack. Come join the discussion as we talk about how to code security controls and check them as part of a securability score.

Michelle Nikulshin
Director, Information Security - Intuit, Inc.
Michelle Nikulshin is currently the Director of Information Security at Intuit, Inc. Nikulshinbhas more than 20 years’ experience in security, compliance and risk management in the financial and technology sector. With the security threat landscape ever changing and regulatory compliance growing globally, Nikulshin is focused on reducing audit timelines, demonstrating on-demand compliance with auditors and building compliant products by design. Nikulshin is very passionate about automating compliance in a DevOps environment while balancing speed and technology in an innovative environment.
Shannon Lietz
Leader and Director, DevSecOps - Intuit
Shannon Lietz is an award-winning innovator with over 20 years of experience pursuing advanced security defenses and next generation security solutions. Lietz is currently the DevSecOps Leader for Intuit responsible for setting and driving the company’s DevSecOps and cloud security strategy, roadmap, and implementation in support of corporate innovation. She supports global DevSecOps team that specializes in Adversary Management. Prior to joining Intuit, she worked for ServiceNow, with responsibility for the cloud security engineering efforts, and Sony, where she drove the implementation of a new secure data center. Lietz has significant experience leading crisis management large-scale security breaches and restoration of services for several Fortune 500 companies.


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