Editor's note: Join us to hear this and other sessions at 2019 DevSecOps Days at RSAC in San Francisco on March 4.
Join John Willis, Shannon Lietz, Ernest Mueller and James Wickett for a discussion on
DevSecOps, where it has been, where it is going and what your role is in the future. We will
have some time for Q&A, but you can send questions to @wickett on twitter beforehand.
Shannon Lietz, DevSecOps Leader at Intuit, is an award-winning innovator with over two decades of experience pursuing advanced security defenses and next generation security solutions. Ms. Lietz is responsible for setting and driving Intuit’s DevSecOps and cloud security strategy, roadmap and implementation in support of corporate innovation. She operates a 24x7 DevSecOps team that specializes in Adversary Management. Prior to joining Intuit, Ms. Lietz worked for ServiceNow where she was responsible for the cloud security engineering efforts and Sony where she drove the implementation of a new secure data center.
Ms. Lietz has significant experience leading crisis management large-scale security breaches and restoration of services for several Fortune 500 companies. She has previous experience as a founder a metrics company, leading major initiatives for hosting providers as a Master Security Architect, developing security software and consulting for many Fortune 500 companies globally. Ms. Lietz is an IANS faculty member and holds a Bachelors of Science degree in Biological Sciences from Mount St. Mary’s College.
Currently working as the Head of Research at Signal Sciences, which is trusted by the world's leading companies for our next-gen WAF and RASP to protect web applications, APIs and microservices. At several companies I have built out complete deploy pipelines from code commit to running in production using a mix of tooling and testing. Because of this, a lot of my research and time has been spent focused on the intersection of traditional Information Security and DevOps. There is a unique opportunity for security to matter again within the organization and my background of operations and security shapes my perspective in the belief.
Ernest Mueller is director of engineering operations at AT&T Cybersecurity (formerly
AlienVault,). He is active in the DevOps movement, helped found the Austin chapter of OWASP,
and organizes both CloudAustin and the Agile Austin DevOps SIG. Ernest is also an organizer
for the annual DevOpsDays Austin conference. He blogs with a cadre of like-thinking
professionals at theagileadmin.com.
John Willis has worked in the IT management industry for more than 35 years. He was formerly Director of Ecosystem Development at Docker. Prior to Docker, Willis was the VP of Solutions for Socketplane (sold to Docker) and Enstratius (sold to Dell). Prior to to Socketplane and Enstratius, Willis was the VP of Training and Services at Opscode, where he formalized the training, evangelism, and professional services functions at the firm. Willis also founded Gulf Breeze Software, an award-winning IBM business partner, which specializes in deploying Tivoli technology for the enterprise. Willis has authored six IBM Redbooks on enterprise systems management and was the founder and chief architect at Chain Bridge Systems.
If you have registered for RSAC 2019, your badge will give you access to all of the sessions a DevSecOps Days on March 4, and we'll see you there. Don't forget to add us to your schedule. For those who haven't registered, use the link below with the code 1U9DEVOPSXP, choose Expo Plus Pass, and the fee will be waived.