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How to Create and Maintain a DevSecOps Culture

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The use of open source, speed of continuous integration and delivery, containerization and the move to the cloud all mean that a new approach to application security is needed. One solution is DevSecOps, where the feedback loops between DevOps and security are closed, teams are integrated and code development is more efficient.

How easy is it to ensure a culture of DevSecOps though, and find those who will be a ‘champion’ of DevSecOps in your environment? Also, how do you ensure that the DevOps teams buy into the concept of security and are enabled to meet their own deadlines?

In this webinar we will look at how to ensure your DevOps practices stay rugged, efficient and most importantly, secure.

Key takeways:

  • How to take on the challenges of open source software, containers and continuous integration in DevSecOps
  • How to design and implement an automated approach to application security
  • What DevSecOps means for your organization
  • What application security challenges organizations will face and what they can do to prepare

Speakers

Eoin Keary

Founder of edgescan

Tim Mackey

Senior Technology Evangelist, Black Duck by Synopsys

Charles  Peters

Charles Peters Secure Cloud Operations Engineer , LEO Cyber Security

    Dan  Raywood

    Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

    Andrew  Storms

    VP of Security Services , New Context

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