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How to Shift Security Left: Best Practices From a Fortune 500 DevSecOps Leader


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Wednesday, July 27, 2022
1 p.m. ET

There’s an important choice to be made when managing application security risks today: Remediate security issues early in pre-production or pay more to fix them in production while hoping you don’t get compromised or attacked. For Bob Durfee, head of DevSecOps at Takeda Pharmaceutical, the choice is simple: He’s determined to resolve security issues in 10 minutes during the pre-production phase of application development instead of taking weeks to remediate the same issues in production.

Join us to learn how Bob has successfully worked with his development leaders to engineer software with security in mind along the pre-production software supply chain. Liav Caspi, CTO of Legit Security, will be joining Bob to share how new security methods and tools now enable teams to find security issues earlier in the development process than ever before.

In this webinar you will:

  • Learn how to gain buy-in from development leaders to embed security into development
  • Become familiar with modern software supply chain risks such as: hard-coded secrets risks, infrastructure-as-code risks, pipeline risks and SDLC misconfiguration risks
  • Understand the value of fixing security issues before production
Bob Durfee
Global Head of Digital Experience and DevSecOps, Takeda Pharmaceutical
Bob Durfee is the Global Head of Digital Experience and DevSecOps in the Cyber & Digital Trust organization at Takeda Pharmaceutical, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical companies. Prior to joining Takeda, Bob served as a director of identity and access management at Shire Pharmaceuticals and leadership positions at Motorola Mobility and TechHouse IT Consulting.
Liav Caspi
CTO and Co-Founder, Legit Security
Liav Caspi is CTO of Legit Security and has a long background as a cybersecurity expert starting in the Israeli unit 8200 in various engineering, team lead and project management roles. In previous roles, Liav worked at Argus Cyber Security building security into automotive-oriented software. He then joined an early stage startup that was acquired by Checkmarx and led the architecture and the product management of the SCA solution, the first SaaS solution by Checkmarx dealing with open source security. In his free time, Liav enjoys technology, traveling, food and learning new languages.
Alex Babar
Software Supply Chain Security Advocate, Legit Security
Alex Babar is the Software Supply Chain Security Advocate at Legit Security. Previously, he held various product marketing and product management roles in the identity and access management security space with Ping Identity. In his free time, Alex is an avid tennis player, automotive enthusiast and aspiring home cook.

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