WALTHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Elizabeth Lawler, CEO at Conjur, Inc., provider of security orchestration software, is speaking on the panel, “Finance, Security and Modern IT Infrastructure,” at Velocity New York, taking place on Monday, October 12 – Wednesday, October 14, 2015 in New York, New York. Most companies with outward-facing dynamic websites face the same challenges: pages must load quickly, infrastructure must scale efficiently, and sites and services must be reliable, without burning out the team or breaking the budget. Velocity is the best place for Web ops and performance professionals to learn from peers, exchange ideas with experts and share best practices.
Conjur’s CEO Elizabeth Lawler Speaking on Panel, “Finance, Security and Modern IT Infrastructure,” at Velocity New York
|WHEN:||Monday, October 12, 2015, 3:30 p.m. – 4:05 p.m. EDT|
New York Hilton Midtown, 1335 Avenue of the Americas, New York, New York – Rhinelander South
For Web-first companies, the old infosec models of simply locking everything down have fallen by the wayside in favor of new approaches that allow businesses to move quickly and improve their security practices simultaneously. Where standard security measures and compliance and audit practices used to impede progress, from product design through development and deployment, they are now folded into agile processes, DevOps approaches and tooling, and continuous delivery pipelines. This might all seem like fantasy and vaporware for financial organizations, but it is happening there, too, albeit at a slower pace. This panel brings together security start-ups and veterans to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing financial organizations in this new landscape. Elizabeth Lawler is joined by panelists, Courtney W. Nash, Director, Strategic Content at O'Reilly; Jamesha Fisher, DevOps Security Pirate at CloudPassage, Inc. and Zane Lackey, Founder and CSO at Signal Sciences.
Elizabeth Lawler is CEO and co-founder of Conjur, Inc. She has over 20 years of experience working in highly regulated and sensitive data environments. Elizabeth speaks often on how speed, scale, security and compliance can be achieved through organizational, methodological and technological change. Prior to founding Conjur, Elizabeth was chief data officer of Generation Health and held a leadership position in research at the Department of Veterans Affairs. She is a programmer herself and is constantly working to make development and IT systems easier to manage for people working in regulated industries. She holds a doctorate degree and a master’s degree in biostatistics and epidemiology from Boston University.
For more information on Velocity New York, visit: http://velocityconf.com/devops-web-performance-ny-2015.
About Conjur, Inc.
Conjur provides security orchestration software to manage, enforce and audit infrastructure applications with modern IT systems including Chef, Docker, Jenkins, Amazon Web Services, Open Stack, Cloud Foundry, Microsoft Azure and Puppet Labs. The company provides best practice reference architectures and standards based open source tools so that security best practices can become part of every software development activity and IT environment. Customers include Netflix, Genome Bridge, OpenDNS and Rally Software, among others. Founded in 2012, Conjur is based in Waltham, Massachusetts. Investors include Avalon Partners, Amplify Partners and Andy Palmer (Founder of Koa Labs). Visit: www.conjur.net and follow on Twitter @conjurinc.
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