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?