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Security Compliance: Where “Just do whatever you want” comes to die. Have you ever wondered where all those pesky security requests and requirements come from and why in the world you’re always being asked to provide evidence and talk through how systems are designed and configured? Well then good news! Come join the security compliance team for a shadow rotation where we’ll have you:
After a couple weeks with the team you’ll have a basic understanding of where these requirements come from and you’ll make compliance friends for the rest of your life when auditors come to you in the future and you can say “Let’s talk about the spirit of this control and figure out the easiest way to get you the evidence you need.”
If you have any questions please reach out in #sec-assurance and we’ll be happy to tell you more!
3 days, 6-9 hours
Jeff Burrows @jburrows001
Our goal on the Field Security team is to be the liaison between GitLab’s Security Department and outside requests. We do this by providing sales enablement, evalngalism and educational activities, and responding to customer concerns related to security. By proactively positioning the Field Security team in this way, we can effectively triage requests and facilitate communication while supporting our GitLab teammates.
3 days, 4-6 hours
Julia Lake, @julia.lake
The Security Risk team acts as a shield between GitLab and the dangers lurking within our environment. We do this by conducting third party assessments and security operational risk management activities to proactively identify and analyze risk early and often. This allows GitLab to iterate and improve quicker and ultimately provide our customers with a secure and scalable product.
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