Security Chaos Engineering: Developing Resilience and Safety at Speed and Scale

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About the Author

Kelly Shortridge is a Senior Principal Engineer at Fastly. Kelly is coauthor of Security Chaos Engineering (O'Reilly Media) and an expert in resilience-based strategies for systems defense. Shortridge has been a successful enterprise product leader as well as a startup founder (with an exit to CrowdStrike) and investment banker. Kelly 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 RSA Conference. Kelly's research papers have been featured in Communications of ACM, IEEE, ACM Queue, and Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, spanning behavioral science in information security, deception strategies, and the ROI of resilience. They also serve on ACM Queue's magazine editorial board.
Aaron Rinehart has spent his career solving complex engineering problems and transforming cyber security practices across a diverse set of industries: healthcare, insurance, government, aerospace, technology, higher education, and the military. Aaron has been expanding the possibilities of chaos engineering in its application to other safety-critical portions of the IT domain, most notably in cybersecurity. He began shaping the application of chaos engineering within cyber security during his tenure as the Chief Security Architect at a Fortune 4, UnitedHealth Group (UHG). Rinehart is a frequently requested speaker at respective media outlets and conferences, most notably RSA, Oâ Reillyâ s Velocity, Blackhat/DefCon, GOTO, OWASP Global, and QCon. Rinehart has been interviewed and quoted in various publications including the Huffington Post, ABC News, TechTarget, DarkReading, SecurityWeekly, IEEE, and the Washington Post.