Public cloud adoption in Financial Services is maturing with several leading organisations adopting a broad set of services from multiple cloud service providers. To take full advantage of the services on offer, application developers need direct access to the cloud provider’s management interfaces, which challenges the traditional, established lines of responsibility between infrastructure teams and application teams.
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This blurring of roles is creating anxiety for the teams responsible for enabling the cloud, upon which the burden of compliance is falling, those responsible for governing the cloud, who are challenged with new operational and SDLC patterns, and application teams, who need to prepare for taking on additional compliance responsibilities in this new model.
The overall approach towards compliance needs to evolve to distribute responsibilities across multiple teams, tools, services and third parties. These leading organisations are looking towards software development best practices for managing many of these control aspects, generating data and insights that can be used to support audit and continuous improvement activities.
Key discussion points will be around:
- How firms are adapting to shifting responsibilities across infrastructure and application development domains
- Approaches towards enforcement and validation controls to support direct API access for developers
- How application teams can improve agility in the cloud by taking responsibility for compliance of their application infrastructure
- Emerging techniques for managing the deployment of controls from development to production
- Management and analysis of compliance data for auditing, alerting and insights
Held under the Chatham House Rule, this invitation-only virtual round table will be your opportunity to learn and share experiences with your peers from leading financial services firms.
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