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Topic: Unify DevOps and SecOps
DevSecOps is all the rage, but what does it really mean? How do you achieve the integration of Security into DevOps? This segment explores the people and process challenges of DevSecOps and where to integrate security seamlessly into the DevOps pipeline.
Interview: Michael Roytman and Jason Rolleston, Kenna Security
As Chief Product Officer at Kenna Security, Jason leads all facets of related to the development of Kenna Security’s products, including product management, technical enablement, business development and technology partnerships, and product marketing. Jason is an accomplished business executive, with experience across multiple technologies, managing businesses at scale, while also developing next generation capabilities for adjacent opportunities.
Prior to Kenna Security, Jason was Vice President for Security Operations Products at McAfee. He was also the Head of Product Management for Enterprise Routing at Cisco with responsibility for product strategy across the enterprise & service provider markets, representing over $3B in business for WAN routing, Software Defined WAM (SDWAN), network function virtualization (NFV), and converged branch infrastructure. Jason joined Cisco in 2011 and over his tenure, led teams in Unified Communications, Branch Office Consolidation and In-door wireless location services.
Prior to Cisco, Jason held a variety of senior positions at Symantec Inc. including Enterprise Security Management, Endpoint Management and Datacenter Automation. He holds a Bachelor of Science in Applied Physics and a Masters in Engineering Management from Cornell University, and an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Michael Roytman is a recognized expert in cybersecurity data science. At Kenna Security, Michael is responsible for building the company’s core analytics functionality focusing on security metrics, risk measurement, and vulnerability measurement.
Named one of Forbes’ 30 Under 30, Michael’s strong entrepreneurship skills include founding organizations such as Dharma Platform, a cloud-based data management platform, and TruckSpotting, a mobile app for tracking food trucks. He also serves on the board of Cryptomove, a moving target data protection startup. In addition, Michael chairs the Board of Dharma Platform and is a board member and the program director at the Society of Information Risk Analysts (SIRA).
Michael is a frequent speaker at security industry events, including Black Hat, BSides, Metricon, RSA, SIRACon, SOURCE, and more. Michael holds a Master of Science in Operations Research degree from Georgia Institute of Technology.
Risk-Based Vulnerability Management/Threat & Vulnerability Management
Risk-Based Vulnerability Management is transforming the vulnerability management industry by enabling enterprises to understand the true risk of their infrastructure and applications, saving them time and resources by prioritizing efforts around actions that reduce the most risk.