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SID306 - How Chick-fil-A Embraces DevSecOps on AWS

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As Chick-fil-A became a cloud-first organization, their security team didn't want to become the bottleneck for agility. But the security team also wanted to raise the bar for their security posture on AWS. Robert Davis, security architect at Chick-fil-A, provides an overview about how he and his team recognized that writing code was the best way for their security policies to scale across the many AWS accounts that Chick-fil-A operates. The use of DevSecOps within Chick-fil-A led to the creation of a set of account bootstrapping tools, auditing capabilities, and event-based policy enforcement. This session goes over these tools and how they were built on AWS.

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MGM
Breakout Session
Security, Compliance, & Identity
Advanced (300 level)
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