Application Security & Online Fraud , DevSecOps , Fraud Management & Cybercrime
DevSecOps: How to Change Old BehaviorsContrast Security's Larry Maccherone on How to Incentivize Development Teams to Evolve
Fresh from the Log4j mitigation sprint, enterprises now find themselves confronting cultural barriers between application development and security. Larry Maccherone of Contrast Security shares insight on how to tear down these walls and incentivize new behaviors.
In this video interview with Information Security Media Group, Maccherone discusses:
- How to influence meaningful change;
- The distinctions between "find" and "fix";
- How to minimize the impact of future crises.
Maccherone is a thought leader on DevSecOps, agile and analytics. At Comcast, he launched and scaled the DevSecOps transformation program over five years. In his DevSecOps transformation role at Contrast, he's now looking to apply what he learned to guide organizations with a framework for safely empowering development teams to take ownership of the security of their products. Maccherone was a founding director at Carnegie Mellon's CyLab, researching cybersecurity and software engineering.