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Integrate Security Early and Often For Successful DevSecOps


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Sponsored by Snyk

Thursday, April 9, 2020
1pm ET

We hear many say push security left early in development. But developers are also pushing right, especially as they deploy applications using cloud and container technologies. On top of this, connecting and controlling remote product development teams often puts extra pressure on security and risk management tasked with ensuring end-to-end application security.

We invite you to join Alyssa Miller, a Snyk Application Security advocate, and Garrett Gross, a Rapid7 technical advisor and application security expert, to learn how security experts are evolving application security by instilling shared responsibility across development and operations teams and developer-friendly tools. When security is integrated early into the nimble, iterative nature of DevOps, developers begin to trust that their ops and security peers share their mission to develop fast.

Alyssa and Garrett will also map out: 

  • Establishing shared responsibility across developers, operations and security teams;
  • Security guaranteed not to hold back, but actually speed up business;
  • Accelerating your development pipeline with the right developer-first tools;
  • Best-of-breed, complementary tools for successful DevSecOps.
Alyssa Miller
Application Security advocate - Snyk
Alyssa Miller is a hacker, security evangelist, cybersecurity professional and public speaker with almost 15 years of experience in the security industry.
Garrett Gross
Sr. Solutions Engineer, AppSec Specialist - Rapid7
Garrett Gross received his first modem at age six and has been plugged in ever since. Today, Garrett is a Senior Solutions Engineer with a specialization in application security at Rapid7. He serves as an escalation layer to the applied engineering department, provides technical enablement, and facilitates cross-departmental functionality. He has served in various information technology roles in a myriad of environments, ranging from systems administration in higher education to applied engineering at security startups. Garrett has been a hacker and technophile his entire life, loving nothing more than discovering new ways to make and break things.

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