Let the Chaos Begin—SRE Chaos Engineering Meets Cybersecurity

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Tuesday, 12 October, 2021 - 15:3016:00

Francesco Sbaraglia and Adriana Petrich, Accenture

Abstract: 

Security Chaos Engineering is built around observability and cyber resiliency practices, aiming to uncover the "unknown unknowns" and build confidence in the system. Engineering teams will progressively work against missing understanding for security concerns within complex infrastructure and distributed systems.

This session with enable you to formulate a valuable simple hypothesis that can be verified based on security chaos experimentation.

Francesco Sbaraglia, Accenture

Francesco is a Site Reliability Engineering and DevSecOps Coach and SME. He has over 20 years of experience solving production problems in corporate, startups, and governments. He has deep experience in automation, security, observability, multi-cloud, and chaos engineering. He is currently growing the SRE Capability at Accenture Germany.

Adriana Petrich, Accenture

Adriana has a background within the broader context of social sciences, politics, and security. She joined Accenture Germany to kickstart her SRE/DevOps Engineer career. Since Adriana has a passion for Security and Risks of all kinds, she tried to implement those topics in everything she does. Therefore, Adriana established expertise in SRE and its practices such as Chaos Engineering, Monitoring, and Observability within Public Services.

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BibTeX
@conference {276647,
author = {Francesco Sbaraglia and Adriana Petrich},
title = {Let the Chaos {Begin{\textemdash}SRE} Chaos Engineering Meets Cybersecurity},
year = {2021},
publisher = {USENIX Association},
month = oct,
}

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