OWASP AppSec DC 2012/Baking Security In How to Get Every IT Architect toBecome a Security Ambassador

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The Presentation

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In order to fulfill the call of Ðbuilding in security and making it part of the DNA of the organizationÓ, we need people with the right level of skills, knowledge and mindset. But what would such a team look like? Are they architects or are they engineers? How would you develop such a team? Where do you find the people who are best suited for these roles? What are the questions that you ask them, and what should an organization expect of them? And perhaps more importantly, how do you keep challenging them and building their skills so they want to stay with your organization? Michele will pull from her 22 years experience to bring perspectives as both a senior member on the Corporate Security Team who has mentored and trained many IT Security professionals, as well as her most recent experience as Cisco's Senior Information Security Architect with a Human Resources IT group.

The Speakers

Michele Guel


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