The RMISC Community Day Complimentary Trainings
Tuesday June 4, 2019
Colorado Convention Center
CLICK HERE to register for the RMISC Community Day!
Complimentary day-long sessions – these are open to anyone and are focused on bringing in participants within and outside of the information security discipline. Registration IS required to attend although you do not have to be registered for RMISC main conference to attend. You can register for “Community Day Only”. RMISC registered attendees are also welcome to attend at no additional charge. Session are:
This is an interactive session for DevOps practitioners. Meet fellow practitioners integrating security into their DevOps practices. Learn about their journeys, share ideas on integrating security into your teams, and trade insights on automating security tools in your DevOps pipeline. This session is aimed at anyone who works in a DevOps environment or anyone looking to learn more about DevOps and security. Check out https://devsecopsdays.com for more information.
Speaker – DJ Schleen
Speaker Bio(s)DJ is a DevSecOps pioneer and works as a DevSecOps Evangelist and Security Architect at a large healthcare organization. He provides DevSecOps thought leadership throughout their journey of cultural revolution and digital transformation. DJ specializes in automating security controls in DevSecOps environments and is an ethical hacker as well – doing significant R&D work in Moving Target Defense, Mobile Security, System Exploitation, and Penetration Testing. DJ has worked to streamline development pipelines for many Fortune 100 organizations by focusing on people, process, and the right technology. He is an active speaker, blogger, instructor and author in the growing DevSecOps community where he encourages organizations to deeply integrate a culture of security into their core values and product development journey.
- Rocky Mountain Privacy Forum. This event will have speakers and discussion on privacy laws, privacy implementation best practices, and how others are integrating privacy practices into their organizations. This session is aimed at anyone with an interest in privacy, including privacy officers, legal counsel, privacy engineers, and compliance and audit professionals.
Carlin Dornbusch – American Cyber Security Management
David Stauss – Ballard Spahr LLP