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Security Shouldn’t be a Secret. Why Transparency Matters

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Date and Time

May 12, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT

Event Category

Web Conference


Irene Fisher


Lisa O'Connell


Security can be somewhat of a mystery at a lot of organizations. Most companies choose to be tight-lipped about the security measures they have implemented. Rightfully so, there is an underlying fear that publicizing your security efforts could make you more vulnerable to security attacks and damage your reputation with your customers. However, there is another way. Transparency can be your ally in security.

In this webinar, we will be talking about how transparency practices can lead to improved security. With transparency being one of our core values at GitLab, we will talk about the processes we have implemented to maintain our security stance while operating with the highest possible public transparency and how you can apply them to your enterprise to achieve increased security and transparency.


Jon Green – Vice President and Chief Technologist for Security and Government Solutions, Aruba

Jon Green is Vice President and Chief Technologist for Security and Government Solutions at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company. He is responsible for providing technology guidance and leadership for all security solutions including authentication and network access control, cryptography, PKI, firewall, VPN, and secure product development. He manages Aruba’s Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT), Aruba Threat Labs, and Aruba’s Trust and Assurance office, and is a member of the HPE Cybersecurity Governance Committee and the HPE Enterprise Risk Council. Jon joined Aruba in 2003 and helped it grow from a small startup to today’s position as a leading provider of secure network solutions. Prior to Aruba, Jon held product management, marketing, and sales positions with Foundry Networks, Atrica, Nortel Networks, and Bay Networks. Jon holds a B.S. in Information Security from Western Governor’s University, a M.S. in Computer Science/Information Security from James Madison University, and CISSP, CISM, and CCSP certifications. Outside of work, he is a commercial-rated airplane pilot and flight instructor, an aspiring banjo player, and a competition barbecue judge.

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Wayne Haber – Director of Engineering, GitLab

Wayne Haber, CISSP is the director of engineering at GitLab for the threat management and growth departments. His teams focus on things including vulnerability management, Kubernetes container security, growth hacking, and engineering productivity. Wayne has more than 20+ years of experience in security and engineering. When not working, Wayne is a dedicated learner averaging one book a week.

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ISSA Webinars and Conference series cover all the continuing education credits to maintain your cyber security certifications. (CPEs, CEUs, ECE, etc). Each hour is equal to one continuing education credit. Certificates of completion are available upon request after completion. For instructions, click here.

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