It may be hard for some to believe, but it’s been over a decade since DevOps was first introduced. It wasn’t very long after that the concept of DevSecOps began to emerge as security practitioners attempted to keep application security practices engaged in software delivery. However, recent surveys show that even in organizations that have adopted a DevSecOps model, security is still often viewed as a bottleneck. This idea of security as an inhibitor can undermine the promise of DevSecOps to deliver a culture of shared responsibility for security. Hacker, former developer, and application...Learn More
DevSecOps Summit (Part of the All-Access Pass)
THIS EVENT IS PART OF THE AGILE + DEVOPS VIRTUAL ALL-ACCESS PASS!
Thursday, June 25 (1pm-4:00pm Central Time) &
Friday, June 26 (1pm-3:00pm Central Time)
Why is learning about DevSecOps vital to you and your role? In the past few years, security integration within the DevOps pipeline has given rise to the idea of DevSecOps. Once seen as the bottleneck and inhibitor of the development and deployment process, security has become an integral part of the movement towards automation and the removal of manual oversight enforcement. As stated in the DevSecOps Manifesto, “We must adapt our ways to ensure data security and privacy issues are not left behind because we were too slow to change.”
At the DevSecOps Summit, you’ll hear stories from practitioners in the field who are pushing forward with the idea of creating a secure application development pipeline, with security integrated from conception to deployment. They will explain how they made the cultural transformation from legacy development and deployment processes, to integrated systems that include security as a part of the process, not as an overseer or bottleneck to secure application development. This series of first-person talks will give you an ideal perspective on how you and your team can enable faster application development with more rapid deployment to production while integrating security into your DevOps initiatives.
Registration is free for conference attendees (simply "add-on" to any conference package), but you must reserve your seat in advance.