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In 2019 and 2020, Wendy Ng had the privilege of being a subject matter expert for Experian’s DevSecOps transformation program.
DevSecOps describes a set of practices that speed up quality software development by encouraging collaboration between the previously separate disciplines of software development, security and IT operations. In this presentation, Wendy will share some of the lessons learned and behaviors that supported the transformation initiative, which may also help you in your leadership journey.
Debbie Christofferson – CoChair ISSA Women in Security Special Interest Group and Information Security Consultant, Sapphire Security Services LLC
Debbie Christofferson, CISSP, CISM. 25+ years serving the information security field across the US, Europe and Asia in senior security management enterprise roles in large organizations. CoChair ISSA Women in Security Special Interest Group (WIS SIG) at Information Systems Security Association (ISSA), 10 year former ISSA former Board of Directors, Founder of the local Cloud Security Chapter, and long time contributor to our field. IT security consultant and principle, published author and experienced speaker and workshop leader.
Wendy Ng – Head of IT Strategy, Experian
Wendy is Experian’s DevSecOps Security Managing Advisor, where she is an SME for the company’s global DevSecOps transformation initiative. She has honed her technical consulting skills through a number of industries, including aerospace, healthcare, financial services, telecommunications, transport logistics, and critical national infrastructure. Having started her career as a technical consultant at Cisco, she also worked at PwC and Deloitte. Wendy completed her doctoral studies at the University of Oxford and has contributed to the scientific community through peer-reviewed publications. She has been sharing her experience and expertise, addressing key challenges, in her blogs since 2016.
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