Nov 14, 2019

DevGuild

Enterprise Security

Enterprise Security

In order to sell your developer product to the enterprise, you need to show that your team, code, and processes are secure. On November 14th, 150 founders, CISOs, security engineers, and product owners discussed the right approach to enterprise security.

Agenda

Session #1

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM PT
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Startup Security Basics With Oren Yunger

Security has become an essential business consideration for organizations of all sizes and stages. GGV Capital’s Oren Yunger shares the baseline security requirements expected from startups, including an introduction to risk classification, and examples of the investments and tradeoffs founders make in designing for security.

Oren Yunger
Oren YungerInvestor
GGV Capital

Session #2

1:30 PM - 2:30 PM PT
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Passing Enterprise Security With Lisa Hawke

In this session Lisa Hawke, VP of Security and Compliance for Everlaw, demystifies the enterprise vendor risk assessment process and shares how to understand the real needs of customers. She covers topics including identifying internal champions, navigating enterprise security orgs, when and how to work on security policies and compliance (SOC 2, ISO/IEC 27001, etc.), and the secondary benefits that certifications present to your startup.

Lisa Hawke
Lisa HawkeChief Legal Officer
LifeOmic

Session #3

2:30 PM - 3:30 PM PT
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Every IPO Needs a CISO With Atlassian, Splunk & Segment

CISOs from Atlassian, Segment and Splunk come together to discuss the role of the CISO in developer and enterprise software startups. They share thoughts on topics including when founders should plan to bring in a CISO, what their role at startups pre- and post-IPO is, and how CISOs can increase your growth velocity and total valuation.

Joseph Ruscio
Joseph RuscioGeneral Partner
Heavybit
Joel Fulton
Joel FultonCISO
Splunk
Coleen Coolidge
Coleen CoolidgeCISO
Twilio
Adrian Ludwig
Adrian Ludwig
Atlassian

Session #4

3:30 PM - 4:30 PM PT
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Anatomy of a Security Team

Shruti Gupta of Brex and Lisa Hall of PagerDuty discuss how founders should approach security before hiring a dedicated professional, identify the key traits of a great security team member, and the tenets of security org design.

Shruti Gupta
Shruti GuptaCISO
Microsoft Identity
Lisa Hall
Lisa HallCISO
Color

Session #5

4:30 PM - 5:30 PM PT
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Democratizing Security From the Top Down With strongDM, Medallia & Domo

As security trends towards a culture of ‘everyone does security’, identifying the threats that your company faces and communicating the importance of building securely to your team is critical. Security leaders from Domo, Medallia and strongDM share how teams can approach democratizing security and what they should consider as they grow their security team.

Justin McCarthy
Justin McCarthyCo-founder and CTO
strongDM
Niall Browne
Niall BrowneSVP, CISO
Palo Alto Networks
Harshil Parikh
Harshil ParikhCEO and Co-Founder
Tromzo

Session #6

5:30 PM - 6:30 PM PT
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Essential Cloud Infrastructure Security With HashiCorp, Ethos Life, Cisco and Cisco Meraki

As security trends towards a culture of ‘everyone does security,' identifying the threats that your company faces and communicating the importance of building securely to your team is critical. Security leaders from Domo, Medallia and strongDM share how teams can approach democratizing security and what they should consider as they grow their security team.

Daed Latrope
Daed LatropeDirector of Security
Cisco Meraki
Marzena Fuller
Marzena FullerCISO, Cloud Security
Cisco
Talha Tariq
Talha TariqVP and CSO
HashiCorp
Ody Lupescu
Ody LupescuVP of Security
Ethos Life

Session #7

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM PT
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Disclosing Security Incidents From Routine to Breach With Maarten Van Horenbeeck

Security incidents are inevitable, the only thing you’re in complete control of is how you respond to them, and a well managed response can save your company from destruction. In this session Zendesk CISO and First.org Director Maarten Van Horenbeeck explores the anatomy of an incident response through real-world case studies and shares tips on developing an effective incident response plan before you need one.

Maarten Van Horenbeeck
Maarten Van HorenbeeckCISO
Zendesk