The Divine and Felonious Nature of Cyber Security - A DevSecOps Story


Over the past 7 years of the DevOps movement, there has been a healthy tension between behavior, speed, and resilience. Empirical and analytical evidence suggests that when these three are in equilibria the outcomes create organizational performance. With behavior being an anchor of organizational performance. In DevSecOps, the motivation is to embed security patterns and practices into existing DevOps capabilities thereby creating similar equilibria with increased organizational performance. In this session we are going to observe the IT security practices over the past 10 years that one might suggest having had a metaphorically “felonious” narrative based on the resultant outcomes. In the DevSecOps metaphorically “divine” narrative we will see once again that it’s not all just about technology, however, performance outcomes will again be heavily anchored in our behaviors.

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John Willis

 
John Willis is Vice President of Devops and Digital Practices at SJ Technologies. Prior to SJT he was the Director of Ecosystem Development for Docker, which he joined after the company he co-founded ...