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How to Build a DevSecOps Program that Works for Developers AND Security

On-demand webcast explores how the right DevSecOps strategy empowers both your security and development teams.

Faster delivery and better security. Master DevSecOps and reap the benefits.

As organizations put pressure on developers and security teams to develop secure applications at a faster pace, businesses are moving away from the traditional Waterfall development model to a DevSecOps methodology - one that bridges the gap between development and security teams.

In DevSecOps, security is woven into the entire development process. To work, security must shift to becoming an enabler instead of a blocker. Moving your organization fully to DevSecOps is no small undertaking. It requires a solid understanding of DevOps, and leadership’s commitment to embracing this type of development as a culture and shared responsibility for the organization.

However, the benefits of having security being built into every aspect of the development lifecycle, while also deploying code as fast and efficient as possible, has tremendous benefits to an organization.

In this webcast, you’ll learn how to:

  • Speed up software delivery without sacrificing security.
  • Choose the right tools, tactics, and testing techniques to fit your development workflows.
  • Get critical buy-in and support from both the security and development teams – as well as leaders within your organization.

Tom Eston

About the speaker, Tom Eston

VP of Consulting and Cosmos at Bishop Fox

Tom Eston is the VP of Consulting and Cosmos at Bishop Fox. Tom's work over his 15 years in cybersecurity has focused on application, network, and red team penetration testing as well as security and privacy advocacy. He has led multiple projects in the cybersecurity community, improved industry standard testing methodologies and is an experienced manager and leader. He is also the founder and co-host of the podcast The Shared Security Show; and a frequent speaker at user groups and international cybersecurity conferences including Black Hat, DEF CON, DerbyCon, SANS, InfoSec World, OWASP AppSec, and ShmooCon.
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