Continuous Discussions (#c9d9): Episode 29 Recap – Security & Compliance as part of your DevOps Processes

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This morning on #c9d9 we spoke with two industry veterans and published authors - James DeLuccia and Jonathan McAllister - on how to bake-in security and compliance into your DevOps processes, and how DevOps and automation can essentially help you pass your next audit. Our panelists addresses 4 key topics:

  1. Dev-QA-Sec-Ops: Are we all BFF's now? (or on our way to becoming BFF's?), what does it take to get everyone on board the DevOps train?
  2. Some concrete examples for how Automation==Auditing, discussing some industry-specific regulations and compliance requirements
  3. How do you enforce security for both the code,
  4. and for your environments and configuration

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This episode features:

James DeLuccia
James DeLuccia IV Technologist, Author, Security Evangelist, Risk Manager, Entreprenuer, and Runner. James is the Author of IT Compliance and Controls: Best Practices for Implementation and How Not To Be Hacked: The Definitive Guide for Regular People @JDeLuccia |
Jonathan McAllister Jonathan has been creating automation software since he was a child. Professionally he leverages 10+ years of experience in software development, test, and delivery practices. He is an author, automator and business consultant. @jmcallister80 |
Nikhil Vaze Staff Software Engineer at CloudBees. He is a full stack engineer and loves to hack on things. Nikhil holds a Master of Science in Security Informatics. @therealnikhil |



On the next episode of Continuous Discussions:


Episode 30: Mobile Apps & Your CD Pipeline

Join us on December 1  to discuss how CI and CD are different for mobile apps, and some best practices for getting your awesome app into the App Store faster!

This episode features

Scott Abate
Scott Abate A certified Agile project management professional with 20+ years of experience managing software development, complex integrations and services engagements. @ScottAbate |
Paul Biggar
Paul Biggar The founder and CEO of CircleCI. He previously worked on the Firefox Javascript engine at Mozilla, and is a graduate of YCombinator. He holds a PhD on static analysis of scripting languages from Trinity College in Dublin. @PaulBiggar @CircleCI |


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