Critical Lessons Learned While Adopting a DevOps Lifecycle for SecOps using Agile
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This webinar is brought to you by the Vivit DevOps Special Interest Group (SIG).

SecOps teams are always looking to strike a balance between staying ahead of new threats and not getting burned by older ones, all while having to do a hundred other things at once. The SecOps team at VMware will share their experience adopting a DevOps process for continuous improvement, while working to reduce the extreme utilization level of the Security Operations Center (SOC) team and to improve the overall security posture. The session will offer practical lessons learned, from a real 24/7 global SOC, without all the fancy buzzwords and feel good tips that don’t actually work in the real world.

  Watch this webinar to learn:

  • How shifting the method of working has improved Security Monitoring, without having to spend more money
  • What to be aware of when adopting new methods or techniques
  • How to plan out goals and achieve them in environments where priorities constantly are shifting

Speaker:


Matt Snyder
Senior Information Security Engineer
VMware

  • Over the past 15 years, has worked in a wide range of IT/IT Security positions; from systems admin, to digital forensics and incident response, and most recently security engineering
  • In current position at VMware, has the pleasure of working on their Detection and Content Management Team, where they help develop and implement security monitoring and best practices for Cloud and On-Premises systems

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Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Questions and Answers PDF (87.82 KB) T. Sarallo 4/29/2019
Webinar Recording Link J. Rutten 4/25/2019
Slide Deck PDF (1.28 MB) R. Quaranta 4/24/2019

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