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Secure DevOps: Encryption in the Cloud with KMS

  • Monday, March 12th, 2018 at 1:00 PM EST (17:00:00 UTC)
  • Mark Geeslin
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Overview

So, you have decided to move to the cloud! One of the key questions you should be asking is how will you ensure the security of your data in the cloud. What choices do you have for encryption in AWS, and are they adequate? How will the encryption keys be managed? Which of the many options available are best suited to your environment and your business needs? Can you truly ensure security while remaining efficient enough to support the increasingly rapid-pace of your DevOps teams?

Learn the answers to these and other questions relating to encryption and key management in the cloud in this final installment of the Secure DevOps webcast series. This five-part webcast series covers the topics listed below, which are directly related to the new SANS DEV540: Secure DevOps and Cloud Application Security course.

  • Three Keys to Success
  • Monitoring in the Cloud
  • Faster Feedback with Effective Security Unit Tests in CI/CD
  • Microservices and API Security
  • Encryption in the Cloud with KMS

For additional information about DEV540 visit https://www.sans.org/course/secure-devops-cloud-application-security.

Speaker Bio

Mark Geeslin

Mark Geeslin is a Senior Principal Software Engineer and Director of Application Security at Asurion. Mark has been working in the software development and security industries for over 25 years in numerous and diverse environments, ranging from high-tech security start-ups to Fortune 100 companies. In recent years he has directed the application security programs at leading software technology firms in Silicon Valley. Besides his extensive experience as a software engineer, Mark's expertise includes large-scale application security assessments, penetration testing, threat modeling & architectural risk analysis, static & dynamic software security analysis, secure code review, and security research. Mark has earned advanced degrees in both computer science and theology, and currently holds the GWAPT, GMOB, GSSP-Java, GSSP-.NET, and GSEC certifications.

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