[Owasp-denver] Come Join us for April 19th Denver OWASP Meeting

Steve Kosten steve.kosten at owasp.org
Thu Apr 13 17:14:03 UTC 2017


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Denver OWASP Meeting on April 19th

SNOWFROC 2018 will be on March 8th, 2018

Shirts from SNOWFROC 2017 will be available at meeting for those who
registered and did not receive

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Please come join us for our OWASP Denver meeting (RSVP at
*https://www.meetup.com/Denver-OWASP
<https://www.meetup.com/Denver-OWASP>*.  Enjoy some great food, drinks and
networking courtesy of Solutions II.  Come network beforehand and after the
presentation (which will start shortly after 6:00)

*TOPIC*:  Secure DevOps


   - DevSecOps is about collaboration. More specifically, it is continual
   collaboration between information security, application development and IT
   operations teams.


   - Having all three teams immersed in all development and deployment
   activities makes it easier for information security teams to integrate
   controls into the deployment pipeline without causing delays or creating
   issues by implementing security controls after systems are already running.


   - Despite the potential benefits, getting started with DevSecOps will
   likely require some cultural changes and considerable planning, especially
   when automating the configuration and security of assets in the cloud,
   whether the model is software-asa-service (SaaS), platform-as-a-service
   (PaaS) or infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS).


   - Typical steps for an organization on the path to Agile DevSecOps


   - Observed best DevSecOps practices in some of the most innovative
   organizations


*PRESENTER*:  Carson Sweet

Mr. Carson Sweet serves as CTO and Co-Founder at CloudPassage. Mr. Sweet's
information security career has spanned nearly two decades and includes a
broad range of entrepreneurial, management and hands-on technology
experience. As a senior information security strategy and technology
consultant, he has created and implemented groundbreaking security
solutions across a range of industries and public sectors. Prior to
co-founding CloudPassage, Inc., he served as RSA's principal solutions
architect for the financial services sector, where he specifically focused
on virtualization & cloud security, Internet application controls, data
protection and anti-fraud.

Mr. Sweet formerly served as founding CSO for GlobalNetXchange (now
Agentrics) and Chief Technology Officer for the Investor Responsibility
Research Center (now the RiskMetrics Group). He also founded security
consulting and managed services lines of business for RPM Consulting
(acquired by Computer Horizons Corporation), TimeBridge Technologies
(acquired by Dimension Data) and Security Methods.

Prior to his technology career, Mr. Sweet served in the U.S. military as a
heavy anti-armor weapons specialist and later as a career
firefighter-paramedic. He studied emergency health sciences at the
Jefferson College for Health Sciences, pre-medical neuropsychology at
Virginia Commonwealth University/Medical College of Virginia and
information technology at the University of Massachusetts.

Steve Kosten
OWASP Denver Chapter Leader
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