Jamie Tischart

CTO Cloud/SaaS, Intel Security

Jamie Tischart is the CTO for Cloud/SaaS (Security as a Service) and is responsible for leading the creation of Intel Security's future generation Cloud solutions and creating sustainable competitive advantage. He has been with Intel Security for over 10 years, in a wide variety of technical roles including Sr. Director of Cloud Engineering, Operations & Research and Sr. Director McAfee Labs - Quality Engineering and Operations. Prior to joining then McAfee, Tischart held several executive, QA architect, management and engineering positions at such companies as MX Logic, Blackbaud, Openwave, Newbridge Networks and Corel. Tischart holds an MBA from Aspen University. He lives with his family in Colorado where he pursues his passions for SaaS Development, DevOps, Cloud Operations along with Agile Coaching and Quality Engineering Leadership, while enjoying skiing, writing and hockey. He is an active volunteer for organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Denver, Inc. and Food Bank of the Rockies.

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You Can Outsource the Work, but You Cannot Outsource the Risk

As trust in cloud services continues to grow, enterprise usage will go up, inevitably attracting the attention of cybercriminals. Although an increasing array of sensitive and confidential data is moving to cloud storage and...

DevOpsSec, SecDevOps, DevSecOps: What's in a Name?

The world is awash in DevOps, but what does that really mean? Although DevOps can mean several things to different individuals and organizations, ultimately it is about the cultural and technical changes that occur to deliver...

Uh oh: The Bad Guys Love the Cloud Just as Much as We Do

Oh how we love the public cloud—with its ability to quickly spin up services and grow compute rapidly to meet our customers’ demands. What an amazing opportunity for our organization. We also love Software as a Service (SaaS) with...

How To Protect Your Cloud Accounts From Being Hacked

Admin accounts have high value to hackers. Here are 6 steps to make them more secure.

Cloud SLAs Can Overlook Security. Don’t Let Them.

Service level agreements often fall short in detailing how the data you place in the cloud is secure. Make sure your SLAs protect your assets.

The Cloud – Is it More Secure than My Organization?

Probably the biggest concern around cloud I hear over and over again is the security of public cloud services. You have the cloud advocates like myself, telling anyone who will listen that the cloud is more secure—there is more rigor,...

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