Build resilient systems at scale
October 12–14, 2015 • New York, NY

Successful habits of frictionless DevOps and compliance relationships

James DeLuccia (Independent)
1:30pm–2:00pm Monday, 10/12/2015
Location: Rhinelander South
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 3 ratings)
DevOps approaches to compliance are as critical to ensuring error free code and reliable production deployments. The challenge is best satisfied by addressing these product requirements in advance through close collaboration with Internal Audit, external auditors, and industry regulators. This session will dive into the key practices that make auditors crazy and hackers giddy.

We will tactically cover:

  • Who must you involve for DevOps to thrive
  • What should your rubric include to build an army of DevOps supporters within Internal Audit
  • How do auditors think and the abstraction challenge of DevOps
  • Documentation isn’t the answer, always.
  • Why compliance and security reduce both pigeons and black swans alike
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James DeLuccia


James DeLuccia, cyber security expert and published author, draws on his 20+ years of experience to provide innovative and actionable solutions to embrace today’s technology while avoiding its potential mishaps. Applying this experience to DevOps and Agile operations to heighten organizations is a current passion.

James has spent the last decade building and leading global information security technology, teams, and compliance operations.

James is also a patented inventor (of an encryption privacy related patent) and a devoted father. His published clients include Google, Amazon, Cisco, and Equifax, among others. He is certified as a CIA, CISA, CISM, CISSP, CPISA, and CPISM. He holds degrees in Risk Management and Management Information Systems, as well as an MBA in Finance.

James recently released: How Not To Be Hacked – the definitive guide for helping regular people be safe and productive online.

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