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Developer Security: Building Security Culture Into Your Engineering Team

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Sponsored by DEEPFACTOR

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Wednesday, February 2, 2022
11 a.m. ET

Modern development is accelerating software release frequency and complexity, making it challenging to implement DevSecOps and address security risks without slowing down development. At the same time, developers are being asked to resolve vulnerabilities, supply chain risks and compliance issues earlier in the software development life cycle. To discover, understand and address application risks, engineering teams should strive to build security into their toolchains, processes and culture.

In this webinar, renowned former CISO Jim Routh and DeepFactor Founder & CEO Kiran Kamity will discuss strategies and best practices that engineering teams can use to manage security risks before shipping applications to production.

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn from seasoned security professionals the impact security incidents (e.g. Log4j, Solarwinds, etc.) are having on the industry and what real-world best practices engineering teams can use to shift security into development processes
  • Understand how to navigate the dynamic relationship between process and tools to ensure developers have the necessary framework in place to discover and remediate security risks early in the SDLC
Jim Routh
Board member, Advisor & Investor
Jim Routh has a long history in technology and cyber security as a leader. He was formerly a cyber security leader for many large companies including MassMutual, JP Morgan Chase, KPMG, Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation (DTCC), American Express, CVS Health and Aetna, where he developed one of the most mature converged security programs in the private sector. Jim is recognized as an industry leader in digital transformations and innovation in cyber security practices using data science as a foundation for unconventional cyber security controls and enterprise resilience.
Kiran Kamity
Founder & CEO - DeepFactor
Kiran Kamity is a passionate serial Silicon Valley entrepreneur. Prior to DeepFactor, Kiran was the Head of Product at Cisco Cloud BU, Founder/CEO at ContainerX (acquired by Cisco) and Founder/VP at RingCube (acquired by Citrix). Kiran is a TEDx speaker.
Andrew Horrigan
Technical Product Marketing - DeepFactor
Andrew Horrigan is a Technical Product Marketing expert at DeepFactor, focused on redefining DevSecOps for cloud-native applications. Before joining DeepFactor, Andrew was a product manager at Cisco Systems, where he was responsible for delivering next-generation multicloud orchestration and automation solutions. Andrew has spoken at several industry events including Cisco Live, KubeCon, Gartner IT Xpo and AWS re:Invent.

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