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SANS@MIC- Infrastructure as Code is REAL: Using the Cloud to Provision Infrastructure with Software

  • Monday, June 22, 2020 at 8:30 PM EDT (2020-06-23 00:30:00 UTC)
  • Shaun McCullough

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Overview

With today's cloud services, we have the opportunity to completely rethink how we design, deploy, and manage infrastructure using best practices from software development. In this talk, we will look at the foundations of Infrastructure as Software approaches, how it fits in the DevOps process, and the new skills needed. We will also dive into AWS services CloudFormation, and AWS's Cloudformation Developers Kit.

Speaker Bio

Shaun McCullough

Mr. McCullough is a software engineer for 25 years who began working in information security 10 years ago. He has an undergraduate degree in Computer Engineer from Virginia Tech and a Masters in Information Security Engineering from the SANS Technology Institute.

In the Department of Defense, Mr. McCullough was the Technical Director of Red and Blue operations teams, a researcher of advanced host analytics, and currently runs a threat intelligence focused open source platform.

Mr. McCullough is also a consultant with H&A Security Solutions, focusing on analytic development, Devops support, and security automation tooling.

Mr. McCullough gives back to his profession by mentoring and supporting the next generation of cyber professionals at his work. He has spoken at numerous private conferences, SANS events and at BSides DC.

SANS changed the direction of my career. From the first day I stepped into Ed Skoudis' SEC560 class, I knew I wanted to be a practitioner in information security. Since that time, I have immersed myself in learning and understanding the industry, its gaps, and how I could be a part. I am thrilled to have an opportunity to give back to the future SANS students in any way that I can.

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