Close the Security Theater: Enter Resilience – Kelly Shortridge – ASW #240
What does software resilience mean? Why is status quo application security unfit for the modern era of software? How can we move from security theater to security chaos engineering? This segment answers these questions and more.
- Book -- https://securitychaoseng.com
- Blog -- https://kellyshortridge.com/blog/posts/
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Kelly Shortridge is a senior principal engineer at Fastly in the office of the CTO and lead author of “Security Chaos Engineering: Sustaining Resilience in Software and Systems” (O’Reilly Media). Shortridge is best known for their work on resilience in complex software systems, the application of behavioral economics to cybersecurity, and bringing security out of the dark ages. Shortridge has been a successful enterprise product leader as well as a startup founder (with an exit to CrowdStrike) and investment banker. Shortridge frequently advises Fortune 500s, investors, startups, and federal agencies and has spoken at major technology conferences internationally, including Black Hat USA, O’Reilly Velocity Conference, and SREcon. Shortridge’s research has been featured in ACM, IEEE, and USENIX, spanning behavioral science in cybersecurity, deception strategies, and the ROI of software resilience. They also serve on the editorial board of ACM Queue.