You will learn about the CSNF Starter Kit and how the CSNF Framework continues to enrich the Canonical Data Model as we push towards V1.0. During this session we will be discussing the incredible flexibility of the framework, how it operates with other emerging standards in the proprietary third party space, while specifically addressing the toil experienced by the SecOps community.
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Preeti is a Principal Product Manager for Microsoft’s Cloud and AI Security group. With over 12 years of experience with Microsoft, Preeti has delivered multiple Bing and .NET products. In her current role, Preeti is responsible for Azure Sentinel ecosystem and community charter. She’s passionate about delivering great customer and developer experiences. Preeti is an active contributor to the ONUG Automated Cloud Governance working group, driving the Cloud Security Notification (CSNF) initiative.
Security leader focused on making multi-cloud environments a safer place. Enables new and untried technologies, running proof of concepts and designing secure configurations that enable the business to leverage new technology safely. Ensures that the security vision is consistently executed across all phases of the software lifecycle. Promotes patterns for security automation that leverage policy as code to scale security across multiple Cloud’s. Contributor to the open source community.
Josh Hammer is a Field CISO with Oracle. In this role, he works with customers to help them build innovative cloud security architectures and strategies that standardize and accelerate the secure adoption of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Before returning to Oracle, he was a Security Partner Solutions Architect with Amazon Web Services. In this role, he works closely with various strategic security partners to build cloud-optimized architecture and develop strategies with business development teams. Before this, he was a Security Architect in the AWS Professional Services organization, where he helped large enterprises adopt AWS.