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3 Things to Get Right for Successful DevSecOps


Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title

Sponsored by LACEWORK

Tuesday, December 15, 2020
3 p.m. ET

Since 2018 the interest in a DevSecOps model has grown by more than 200% among IT organizations. It’s no surprise that DevOps offers IT organizations improved speed of development by embracing a collaborative philosophy that tears down traditional silos of development and operations. However, in most cases, security and compliance remain afterthoughts to the development process itself. 

This doesn’t need to be the case anymore. Join Scott Ford, Principal Architect at Lacework in this webinar where he’ll discuss:  

  1. How to adapt your security testing tools and process to the developers, not the other way around 
  2. How to quit trying to eliminate all vulnerabilities during development
  3. How to rethink how service delivery incidents, including security, are handled

Gartner recently released the report, 12 Things to Get Right for Successful DevSecOps, and we’ll provide all who attend with the full report.

Scott Ford
Principal Architect - Lacework
Scott is Lacework's Principal Architect for technology alliances and strategic accounts, with extensive experience in solutions based selling to global enterprise companies. He is an expert level DevSecOps practitioner experienced in the design and deployment of large-scale, code driven solutions for applications and infrastructure. Prior to Lacework, Scott was a Distinguished Architect at Chef Software.

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