Agile + DevOps East 2019 Concurrent Session : DevOps Panel: Compliance While Moving Faster

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Wednesday, November 6, 2019 - 3:00pm to 4:00pm

DevOps Panel: Compliance While Moving Faster

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Do you want to move at the speed of DevOps, but need to show compliance to your organization, a governing body, or through regulation? Are you already struggling with compliance and want to know how DevOps could help? Come listen to our panelists as they answer questions about compliance and security in DevOps without slowing down. This panel is looking to answer your questions about all things Compliance, so be ready to participate.

Helen J Beal

Helen Beal helps people practice DevOps principles in real-world organizations for Ranger4. She describes herself as a “DevOpsologist,” as her main role in her working life is to study the inputs and outputs of the thinking systems that make up DevOps and what value outcomes they deliver that we can measure. Helen is also a product owner and member of the Board of Regents at the DevOps Institute and a DevOps editor for InfoQ. Outside of DevOps, she is an ecologist and novelist. She once saw a flamingo lay an egg and has a particular fondness for llamas.

Guy Herbert

Guy Herbert has worked for over twenty-five years in IT and technology across the telecommunications, finance, pharmaceutical, and software industries, managing risk, compliance, audit, and technical delivery teams. Guy has been thinking of better ways for Atlassian to manage IT risk and compliance since September 2013. Atlassian is an Australian company started sixteen years ago that builds software to help teams work better together. Products include Jira, Confluence, Bitbucket, and Bamboo.

Brittany Greenfield
Wabbi Inc

An MIT MBA and Duke undergrad with more than a decade of experience as a strategy leader for enterprise technology companies, Brittany combined her passions for business process innovation that she gained while at companies such as NetSuite and Kronos with infrastructure technologies, which she got from Cisco and Cybereason, to found Wabbi. Understanding as the functional units increasingly become responsible for the security of their own business, she sees the need to be able to assimilate and simplify the complexity of security into the daily processes of developers.