DevOps’ role in security operations centers
DevOps’ role in security operations centers
PODCAST

DevOps’ role in security operations centers

Caleb Queern reveals how DevOps can help identify process bottlenecks, playbook misstep problems, and other issues that can leave the organization open to risk.

Security breaches affecting millions of consumers are shining an enormous new spotlight on cybersecurity concerns and risks.

So it’s auspicious timing that just a few days before an incident was made public, Caleb Queern, a security services-focused member of KPMG’s Advisory group, sat down to talk about the role DevOps can play in organizations’ security operations centers.

In this podcast, Caleb shares his perspectives on:

  • DevOps, at its heart, is about enabling a business’ product management, software development, and operations professionals to communicate and collaborate to produce the right software fast enough to meet market demands.
  • In a security operations center – the responsibility of which is to reduce risk – DevOps can help identify process bottlenecks, playbook misstep problems, and other issues that can leave the organization open to risk.
  • Why is automation is a critical component of a DevOps approach, enabling the business to get higher value work out of the same resources?
  • What should leaders do to push DevOps in their security operations centers, in order to reduce the most risk in the shortest period of time?
Caleb Queern

Caleb Queern

Director, Cyber Security, KPMG US