BDD on Policies

Who defines the rules for the guardrails for your organisation? How do you control your security policies? What would a company look like if they had BDD tests for policies and it has empowered the teams to PR their policies? This is a session, where we have implemented a BDD framework with TypeScript and application teams submitted their PRs for the policies related to the Azure services they want to use.

Ebru Cucen

Ebru Cucen

Principal Consultant, Contino

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