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DevSecOps and Security Chaos Engineering

In this session, Aaron Rinehart will walk you through how to get started with chaos engineering for security and how it can be practically applied to enhance system performance, resilience, and security.
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Oct 6, 2020
Duration
33m
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DevSecOps and Security Chaos Engineering
Description
Course info
Level
Intermediate
Updated
Oct 6, 2020
Duration
33m
Description

In this session, Aaron will uncover the importance of using chaos engineering in developing a learning culture in a DevSecOps world. He will walk you through how to get started with chaos engineering for security and how it can be practically applied to enhance system performance, resilience, and security. Security focused chaos engineering allows engineering teams to derive new information about the state of security within their distributed systems that was previously unknown. This new technique of instrumentation attempts to proactively inject security turbulent conditions or faults into our systems to determine the conditions by which our security will fail so that we can fix it before it causes customer pain. During this session, you will learn some key concepts in safety and resilience engineering and how new techniques, such as chaos engineering, are making a difference in improving our ability to learn from incidents proactively before they become destructive.

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About the author

DevSecCon is the global community dedicated to DevSecOps to help implement security in the overall development process.

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