Best Practices for Implementing DevSecOps Processes in the U.S. Department of Defense

DevSecOps has become crucial for organizations when they carry out the software development process. In order to ensure their information remains secure, the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) must develop processes that allow for successful implementation of DevSecOps.

In this summit, experts from the DoD and Red Hat discuss best practices for DevSecOps from a people-change perspective as well as a compliance and audit perspective. The panelists explore the role an organization plays when establishing security in DevOps and how compliance and audit can be incorporated into IT processes without slowing software delivery.

Candaice Deloach headshot
Candaice Deloach
Senior Scientific Technical Manager, Warfare Systems Software S&T and Development, Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division
Daniel Corbin headshot
Daniel Corbin
Deputy Chief Information Officer and Technical Director, Command, Control, Communications and Computers, U.S. Marine Corps
Nickolas Case Headshot
Nickolas Case
Agile Coach, U.S. Air Force
Austen Bryan Headshot
Austen Bryan
Chief Operating Officer, DoD Platform One, U.S. Air Force
Alenka Brown, PhD. Headshot
Alenka Brown, PhD.
Research Staff Member, Information Technology and Systems Division, Institute For Defense Analyses
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Dennis G. Brown
Chief Engineer, Business Enterprise Systems Product Innovation, U.S. Air Force
Christopher Crist headshot
Christopher Crist
Chief, Cyber Operations and Development Command, Control, Communications and Cyber Systems, US Transportation Command
Bill Bensing headshot
Bill Bensing
Software Factory, Managing Architect, Red Hat

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