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Best Practices for Driving Software Quality through a Federated Application Security Responsibility Model


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Sponsored by ZERONORTH

Wednesday, October 28, 2020
1 pm EDT

For DevSecOps to become a reality there must be a fundamental shift in mindset and approach to application security (AppSec) – moving from ownership solely within corporate security to a federated, shared model of responsibility that spans both security and software engineering teams 

In this webinar, ZeroNorth’s Thaddeus Walsh and Joanne Godfrey will discuss some of the real-life challenges security teams face as they seek to implement federated AppSec responsibility model and will offer some practical advice to help address these challenges. 

This webinar will cover: 

  • Why centralized control model for AppSec no longer works in today’s software-defined world
  • The visioncore requirements and value of a federated responsibility model for AppSec
  • The challenges of implementing this model in real life
  • Architecting the model for a successful implementation
  • Best practice for empowering developers to implement security throughout the SDLC 
  • Creating a friction free collaborative working relationship between security and engineering 
Thaddeus Walsh
Solution Architect - ZeroNorth
Thaddeus has a deep knowledge of security across the entire software development lifecycle, through his work with ZeroNorth and other security vendors including Tenable.
Joanne Godfrey
Director of Product Marketing - ZeroNorth
An experienced product marketing professional, Joanne has worked on a wide range of enterprise technologies over the years including application, network and data security for software companies large and small. Joanne has also published articles on security topics in industry and business publications.


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