Chaos Engineering and a Pandemic: How we ended up with The Chaos Community Broadcast

By Tiffany Knudtson | July 22, 2021

Our vision was to interview leaders in the Chaos Engineering field in a cross between the styles of Between Two Ferns and The Office as awkwardly as possible—we think we’ve succeeded.

Security Chaos Engineering: How to Security Differently

“The growth of complexity in society has got ahead of our understanding of how complex systems work and fail. And when such complexity fails, we still apply simple, linear, componential ideas as if that will help us understand what went wrong.” —Sidney Dekker, Drift Into Failure1 Rapid technological innovation has presented businesses unique opportunities to […]

Announcing the Security Chaos Engineering Report

Ed note: This is the first in a multi-part series about the free O’Reilly report co-authored by Aaron Rinehart and Kelly Shortridge.  Information security is broken. Our users, our customers, our world, are entrusting us with more and more of their life and we are failing to keep that trust. Year after year the same […]

Downtime: Bad for Computers, Essential for Humans

“Each person deserves a day away in which no problems are confronted, no solutions searched for. Each of us needs to withdraw from the cares which will not withdraw from us.” —Maya Angelou When I joined Verica I was told that the policy on vacation time was unlimited PTO. No sick days to be concerned […]

Security Chaos Engineering on Enterprise Security Weekly

Co-Founder and CEO Casey Rosenthal and Co-Founder and CTO Aaron Rinehart of Verica join Enterprise Security Weekly to talk about Security Chaos Engineering. In this episode, Casey and Aaron discuss how companies of all sizes in different verticals are adopting Chaos Engineering and how Continuous Verification is now gaining adoption. The discussion digs deep into […]

Music in Resilience: The Practice of Practice

You have probably heard the phrase “practice makes perfect”, but let’s take that thought up and out. It is really the experience of practice that is more interesting! Consider a jazz band you’ve heard or seen live, or really any type of music where improvisation plays an important role. Great bands work together effortlessly, and when things go […]

Security Chaos Engineering down in Austin, TX

The Verica crew had a fun time with the fine folks down in Austin, TX at the city’s first DevSecOps Days event. Going to Austin during the holiday season never results in a White Christmas, but this year Austin delivered on some great security and devops talks that should make you cheery all year long.  […]

Safety and Security at Speed

For the 2019 OWASP Global AppSec DC event, which is the largest application security conference on the planet, I brought the MEASURE framework in the form of a talk. One of the goals of the talk was to bring together the worlds of Safety and Security. I believe that Safety fits in the MEASURE framework for […]

The MEASURE of DevSecOps

The start of DevOps was simple enough: get some developers and operations folks together and build something. With together being the keyword. The concept of DevOps came from this notion that operations needed to take part in the Agile movement. Many articles chronicle the history of how Patrick Debois and Andrew Clay Shafer coined the term and […]

It’s a Summer Verication!

You may know us at Verica from our ground-breaking work in the fields of chaos engineering and continuous verification, both from our history at Netflix and UnitedHealth Group and from the articles we have on this very blog, but you probably don’t know the team behind the company. Well, this is a little insight into […]

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