Keynote - Runa Sandvik - Building a Culture of Security at The New York Times - AppSecUSA 2017

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Keynote - Runa A. Sandvik: Building a Culture of Security at The New York Times


The traditional approach for security teams has involved the existence of a siloed department, slow gatekeeping controls designed in a world of Waterfall development, and processes that aren't nearly as agile as they should be.

The New York Times has staked its future on being a destination for readers; the way we gather and report news is changing, so is the way we develop products. We, the security team, need to re-examine whether we're living up to our responsibilities and potential.

This talk will share practical lessons learned at The New York Times on how to build and foster a culture of security across the organization.

As part of this, the talk will also explore how we can adapt to better
confront the new challenges we face as security practitioners.


Runa A. Sanvik
Runa Sandvik is the Director of Information Security at The New York Times. Her primary focus over the past year has been the newsroom and helping reporters better understand the challenges they are facing. Runa loves to travel and has spoken at numerous conferences around the world.

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