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Securing the Pipeline - Continuous Delivery without sacrificing security

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In the past 5 years Continuous Delivery has gained much attention. Its benefits of rapid, iterative change are well understood, all the way up to board level. However, CD often encounters an adversary; Security. Protection of data and computer systems seems to stand on concepts like infrequent change, segregation of duties and bureaucratic heavyweight process . But are CD and Security really at odds?

We don’t think so. Whilst we’ll show you the dangers of unfettered CD pipelines and the risk of letting security spread fear. We will also share ways in which we’ve managed to balance speed and security in our pipelines–considering both the technical and organisational aspects. In fact we hope you’ll see that not only is there a way, but it’s a far better way.

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Patrick Downey

Patrick Downey

Lead Consultant

I work with ThoughtWorks Europe as a Lead Consultant specialising in continuous delivery and "DevOps" technologies and concepts. I've worked with ThoughtWorks since early 2011 and I've had the opportunity to work on a variety of short-term consulting and longer-term delivery engagements for clients in lots of different industries including; publishing, telecoms, finance, insurance, fashion, gaming and government/public sector.

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Tom Duckering

Tom Duckering

Infrastructure Automation Addict

I joined the ThoughtWorks family in 2010 and haven't looked back. Since I started work I've found myself enjoying working with both devs and infrastructure engineers. I love crossing the divide; getting devs to think about operational issues and helping them to understand the infrastructure. And inspiring operations teams to embrace more automation and treat their infrastructure as code.

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