Altaz Valani

Altaz is the Director of Insights Research and is responsible for managing the overall research vision at Security Compass. Prior to joining SC, he had served as a Senior Research Director and Executive Advisor at Info-Tech Research Group, Senior Manager at KPMG, as well as held various positions working alongside senior stakeholders to drive business value through software development. Valani is on the SAFECode Technical Leadership Council, CIO Strategy Council, the Open Group, and also contributes to several IEEE working groups.

  • Debunking The Myth Of Security Versus Speed To Market

    Debunking The Myth Of Security Versus Speed To Market

    Altaz Valani is Director of Insights Research at Security Compass, provider of the industry’s first Balanced Development Automation platform

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  • New Operating Model: Balancing Business Speed With Risk

    New Operating Model: Balancing Business Speed With Risk

    We're witnessing how new business models are enabling both software delivery speed and risk management. Learn why your organization needs this shift.

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  • Engaging Business Units in Security Governance: Why Everyone Should Be Concerned

    Engaging Business Units in Security Governance: Why Everyone Should Be Concerned

    "Security is everyone’s business" is a familiar refrain. Enterprises need to incorporate that refrain as they look to combine speed, cybersecurity and business value.

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  • Why Balanced Software Development Accelerates Time to Market

    Why Balanced Software Development Accelerates Time to Market

    Do you think the friction between security and development slows down the SDLC? Learn how to manage security without slowing down development.

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  • Financial Enterprise Architecture and Security in Digital Transformation

    Financial Enterprise Architecture and Security in Digital Transformation

    Learn more about financial enterprise architecture and security in digital transformation

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