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Scaling Governance, Compliance and Security Through Pipeline Automation


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Thursday, September 9, 2021
11 a.m. ET

Security has long been used to minimize and manage risk - and is often driven by governance and compliance. As the software industry rapidly evolves, it is seeing the benefits of incorporating security as an innovation and productivity tool for software delivery. But how do you start and scale aspects of governance, compliance and security across different application teams, codebases and microservices architectures?

In this webinar, we will cover how automation can help you leverage aspects of your digital transformation implementations to incorporate these controls, leverage policy management to enforce compliance consistency and enable your DevOps teams to deliver secure software faster than ever before.

Mark Tomcza
Sr. Alliance Solutions Architect - Contrast Security
Mark Tomcza is a Sr. Alliance Solutions Architect with Contrast Security and has been in the technology field for over 10 years, predominantly focused on modern and future distributed technology implementations. Mark has a background in full stack software development with extensive experience around containers and microservices. He has helped companies all over the world modernize their software delivery and transition into full scale digital transformations.
Shozab Naqvi
Senior Solutions Architect - Cloudbees
Shozab Naqvi is a Senior Solutions Architect at CloudBees. His background as an architect and developer of enterprise-ready cloud and DevOps services has helped enterprises automate and orchestrate their entire software development lifecycle by ensuring quality, compliance, and security. He has several issued and pending patents in the area of virtual networks, drift detection, and cloud automation. Prior to joining CloudBees, Shozab held an increasingly responsible role at CA Technologies as a lead architect for their continuous delivery line of products. He was also a key contributor at IBM as a Software Engineer designing and developing middleware security products for z/Series mainframes.

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