Session will address how companies can balance security and agility in a DevOps world
BOSTON – October 15, 2019 – Tufin® (NYSE: TUFN), a company pioneering a policy-centric approach to security and IT operations, today announced that Product Manager Dan Rheault will speak at The North East Annual Cybersecurity Summit (NEACS), taking place October 15 in Trumbull, CT. Rheault’s session, titled “Bridging the Security Gap to the DevOps Model,” will examine the role automation plays in helping IT security teams strike the balance between agility and security in DevOps environments.
NEACS is an annual event that provides attendees with insights on current cybersecurity risks and threats. It brings together security professionals, law enforcement officials and solution providers to discuss business and technology strategies to protect against and respond to cyber-attacks, data breaches, and fraud.
Who: Dan Rheault, Product Manager, Tufin
What: Session at The North East Annual Cybersecurity Summit (NEACS)
“Bridging the Security Gap to the DevOps Model”
In a world facing innovative attacks modelling the DevOps “move fast and break things” process itself, IT security now needs to adopt – automate everything. Automate security. Automate yourself out of your old job, and into your new one.
The DevOps momentum provides an opportunity for IT security to establish themselves as thought leaders and business enablers through innovation. However, this success can only be achieved through lessons learned – lessons you know well, but go ignored by application development organizations to the detriment of their employer and your security posture. This presentation by Dan Rheault will address how companies are achieving a balance between security and agility in a world with shifted priorities and new disruptive technologies such as Kubernetes.
When: Tuesday, October 15, 2019: 1:15 – 1:55pm ET
Where: Trumbull Marriott Merritt Parkway
180 Hawley Lane, Trumbull CT 06611