Security and SRE: Natural Force Multipliers

Wednesday, March 28, 2018 - 9:15 am9:45 am

Cory Scott, LinkedIn

Abstract: 

A thorough understanding of how modern security principles impact SRE operations and the services they enable is key for any high-performing SRE organization. On the flip side, modern SRE practices can make the difference between an effective security organization and one that is left in the dust. SRE infrastructure and operations discipline are often more robust than anything being offered by outside security vendors.

During this talk, I’ll address how security teams use SRE principles to better run security practices while also sharing how SRE teams can better apply key security principles. Attendees will come away with an understanding of how these teams are different but also complement each other.

Cory Scott, LinkedIn

Cory Scott is the Chief Information Security Officer at LinkedIn. He is responsible for production and corporate information security, including assessment, monitoring, incident response and assurance activities. Prior to joining LinkedIn, Scott was at Matasano Security, where he led the consulting teams based in Chicago and Mountain View. He has also held technical positions at @stake, Symantec and ABN AMRO/Royal Bank of Scotland. Scott has presented at Black Hat, USENIX, OWASP and SANS.

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BibTeX
@conference {213056,
author = {Cory Scott},
title = {Security and {SRE}: Natural Force Multipliers},
year = {2018},
address = {Santa Clara, CA},
publisher = {{USENIX} Association},
}