Have you heard the one about the developer who built granular permissions to a critical app, only to have the Ops person grant admin access to everyone? Or the Dev that chose to use an open source module with known vulns that undermined the network security because it was easier…
Collaboration and communication between software developers and other IT professionals is critical to securing systems. In this session, our panel of experts will share tips and tricks to help you implement and run a successful DevOps program.
Peter Cresswell – Senior Systems Engineer, Trend Micro
Peter Cresswell, CISSP, ISSAP, CISA, CISM – Trend Micro consultant, architect and sales engineer – has over 25 years of diverse IT experience covering many complex implementations of security solutions for small, medium and large enterprise customers across Canada. From building a security practice within a Citrix consultancy to exploring virtualization solutions with one of Canada’s large telecommunications providers, Peter has an extensive background designing and applying security controls to virtual environments. With Trend Micro, Peter uses this expertise to solve our customer’s evolving security and compliance issues in the virtual datacenter.
John Delaroderie – Security Solutions Architect (SME) | Web Application Scanning OSCP GWAPT GPEN CISSP, Qualys
John Delaroderie is a Web Application SME and Security Solutions Architect for Qualys. He is a United States Naval Academy graduate and has a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the Naval Postgraduate School with a focus in cyber security and artificial intelligence. He has worked in both the defense and financial industries before joining Qualys in early 2018. John currently resides in Tampa, Florida, with his wife and 3 children.
Adam Bell – Principle Software Engineer, Tenable, Inc.
Adam Bell has spent 14+ years in the trenches as a software developer solving hard problems in short timeframes, with extensive experience and knowledge around DevOps best practices.
As Principle Software Engineer at Tenable, Bell is blazing a trail by incorporating security best practices into a Continuous-Deployment/DevOps/Containerized World. He is a member of the CSA’s Application Containers & Micro-Services Working Group and hosts a podcast on best practices in software development (http://corecursive.com).
Bell lives in Peterborough, Ontario with his wife and cats.