Attivo Networks® Chief Security Strategist and Counter Threat Intelligence Expert Chris Roberts to Speak at All Day DevOps 2019
Chris Roberts, Chief Security Strategist at Attivo Networks, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, will be a featured speaker at All Day DevOps 2019, on November 6, 2019. Now entering its fourth year, the free event will bring together more than 30,000 DevOps professionals worldwide for interactive education and peer-to-peer insights.
Chief Security Strategist
All Day DevOps 2019 consists of five educational tracks: CI/CD Continuous Everything, Cloud Native Infrastructure & Monitoring, Cultural Transformation, DevSecOps, and Site Reliability Engineering. The 24-hour event includes six keynotes and 150 practitioner-led sessions.
Chris Roberts, a counter threat intelligence expert, vulnerability researcher, and chief security strategist at Attivo Networks, will present in the Cultural Transformation track with his session, Holding the Industry Accountable, beginning at 4PM ET. This session will be accompanied by a live interactive Q&A for attendees via Slack.
View the full conference agenda: All Day DevOps 2019
Wednesday, November 6, 2019 4 PM ET
All sessions will be broadcasted through Zoom and YouTube.
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