Cloud Security: How Does Software Assurance Apply
Randall Brooks - Raytheon
Nov 13, 2013Size: 146.8MB
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AbstractIt was once said that the last time one had full control of their software was right before they released it. This is ever more important as organizations move applications and services into a public cloud to support a mobile lifestyle. Clouds have been described as “a safe and secure private cloud”, “a semi-trusted partner cloud”, or “a wild wild west full and open public cloud”. It’s typically toward the latter in which the industry has been moving. Because of this, one must understand their Attack Surface and threat environment to ensure that they have focused on “building security in” to their application.
About the SpeakerRandall Brooks, Engineering Fellow, Raytheon, has more than 15 years of experience in Cybersecurity with expertise in Software Assurance (SwA) and secure development life cycles (SDLC). He has been awarded three US patents on Intrusion Detection and Prevention, and three US and
one UK patent(s) on Cross Domain solutions. He is also a CISSP, CSSLP, ISSEP, ISSAP and an ISSMP. He is a graduate of Purdue University with a Bachelors of Science from the School of Computer Science. He represents Raytheon within the U.S. International Committee for Information Technology Standards Cyber Security 1 (CS1). E-mail: email@example.com
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