Still Developing Software the Old Way? Best Practices for Migrating to DevSecOps
Date: Monday, September 18 at 11am PT / 2pm ET
Modern software development demands a balance between speed, efficiency, and security. DevOps, the fusion of development and operations, aims to achieve this balance by optimizing the software development process for rapid delivery. While the successful integration of security practices
empowers organizations to ensure systems remain resilient, many companies have been reluctant to move to DevSecOps fearing it will be complex and time-consuming.
In this webinar we explore best practices for seamlessly integrating security into DevOps to ensure that software development doesn't compromise security in its quest for speed.
Join us as we discuss:
- Driving collaboration between Development and Operations
- Customized Policies & Governance for awareness and adherence
- Managing Third-party risk
- Eliminating Bottlenecks
- Upleveling Skills to Empower Teams
- Leveraging risk-based assessments and threat modeling to guide the DevSecOps process
About the presenter:
Ed Adams, CEO, Security Innovation
Mr. Adams is a software quality and security expert with 20+ years of industry experience. He has been CEO of Security Innovation since 2003. A Ponemon Institute Research Fellow, Adams was named a Privacy by Design Ambassador by the Information & Privacy Commissioner of Canada and has received multiple SC Magazine Reboot Leadership Awards. Prior to Security Innovation, Adams held senior management positions at Rational Software, Lionbridge, Ipswitch, and MathSoft and was an engineer for the US Army and Foster-Miller early in his career. Adams has presented at hundreds of industry events and conferences, and is the host of EdTALKS, a monthly panel that debates risk-based approaches to securing software and its ecosystem.