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Removing Technical and Security Debt with Dev-First AppSec Tooling


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Sponsored by WHITESOURCE

Monday, September 13, 2021
11 a.m. ET

As organizations AppSec tools and practices shift left in the DevOps pipeline, development teams are required to assume responsibility for security tasks. While this is an important step toward achieving DevSecOps maturity, integrating application security testing tools risks burying developers under a seemingly never-ending list of security alerts.

How can organizations make sure that development and security teams are able to address security as early as possible in the DevOps pipeline, without slowing down development?

In this session, we will explore:

  • How key features in dev-first security tooling can enable your developers to take ownership of security
  • How you can detect, prioritize and remediate security issues early, without slowing down development
  • Reducing the alert noise of false positives to remove manual bottlenecks to shift left
  • Achieving security testing automation as part of your CI/CD pipeline to test your applications and APIs
Director of Product Marketing - WhiteSource
Susan St. Clair is a passionate cybersecurity advocate at WhiteSource Software, the remediation-centric application security software company. Possessing over 14 years of product management and strategy experience, Susan is responsible for raising awareness of the market need for the newest generation of application security testing solutions and challenges while supporting WhiteSource Software’s product roadmap and overall direction.
Susan is certified in pen testing from the IACRB, and in her spare time, she enjoys educating application development teams on ways to streamline their work processes, raising awareness of API security in the AppSec community, and running in races benefiting charities such as Easterseals, SickKids and Camp Ooch.
VP - NeuraLegion
Oliver is VP of NeuraLegion's developer focussed DAST security testing platform, helping developers understand how they can run seamless, fast and accurate security tests on every build.
Oliver works closely with security and engineering teams globally to help them ship secure software more efficiently and is passionate about automation, CI/CD and DevOps/DevSecOps.
Oliver has spoken at many conferences internationally and is a regular at developer and security related events and meetups.

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