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11/5/2019
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10 Tips for Building Compliance by Design into Cloud Architecture

A pair of experts pass along lessons learned while building out the team and processes necessary to support Starbucks' mobile app.
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Create a Close Alliance Between Cloud Engineering and Security Teams

'We made sure that in the beginning we really aligned with security leadership. I do believe in the basic principles of DevSecOps, so if [engineering] teams understand the requirements that they're building to, they can take accountability for what they're doing and that it's no longer security teams swooping in at the tail end of a project and trying to change things or block them or prevent things from going out the door. So part of the culture shift was making sure that we had trust between the teams.'
--Scott Schwan


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Create a Close Alliance Between Cloud Engineering and Security Teams

"We made sure that in the beginning we really aligned with security leadership. I do believe in the basic principles of DevSecOps, so if [engineering] teams understand the requirements that they're building to, they can take accountability for what they're doing and that it's no longer security teams swooping in at the tail end of a project and trying to change things or block them or prevent things from going out the door. So part of the culture shift was making sure that we had trust between the teams."
--Scott Schwan

Image Source: Adobe (alphaspirit)

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