An all-too-common belief is that to move fast you must sacrifice security. It’s a dangerous assumption, based on the misguided belief that cybercriminals are focused on larger, “juicier” targets. The Kaseya ransomware attack proved that any organization can be a victim – regardless of size or maturity.
This conversation between Caroline Wong, Kim Jones, and Swathi Joshi will debunk the myth that security and speed do not mix.
Scaling companies often prize innovation above all else, and bolt security on as an afterthought. Remote work adds further pressure to build a comprehensive security strategy. But how do you build-in proactive, preventative measures when you’re strapped for money, talent and guidance? This fireside chat will discuss:
- Why testing is critical and automation alone isn’t good enough.
- Which practices really work with today’s modern software development life cycles.
- What “security at scale” really means, and practical tips to achieve it.
Kim Jones - Director, Security Operations, Intuit
Swathi Joshi - VP, SaaS Cloud Security, Oracle