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Continuously Monitor Your Architecture Security
Architecture security is a complex and often undervalued topic in most enterprises and in software products. It becomes even more challenging in scenarios involving continuous delivery and scalability of traditional security activities during a product life cycle.

In this webinar, we will discuss how to establish an architecture security process by redefining the approach followed in security activities to suit the DevOps methodology.

Join us and explore:
- Why continuous monitoring of architecture security is important
- How to shift focus from traditional to DevOps world of Architecture Security
- What criteria are useful to assess the progress of ongoing architecture security

Dec 17, 2019 11:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Arun Prabhakar
Senior Consultant - Advisory @Security Compass
Arun is a Senior Consultant in the DevSecOps practice of the Advisory team at Security Compass. He has distinctive and resourceful experience in Secure System Development Life Cycle activities including secure design, threat modeling, vulnerability management and solutioning across different domains and platforms. Arun has a keen interest in transformative technologies like Machine Learning, Blockchain and IoT. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
Camille Kloppenburg
Manager, Advisory @Security Compass
Camille is a Manager within the DevSecOps Advisory team at Security Compass. Her forte is in portfolio and program management, software development, and change management, among other things. Camille has a wide range of experiences in information security and financial services technologies, and has mastered the art and science of building trusted relationships, solving new and interesting challenges, and delivering complex projects to meet the demands of both business and technology. Camille is a Professional Engineer, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Project Management Professional (PMP).