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The DevSecOps Showdown: How to Bridge the Gap Between Security and Developers


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Sponsored by WHITESOURCE

Tuesday, November 10, 2020
1 p.m. ET

DevSecOps requires processes and tools that enable weaving security throughout the DevOps pipeline. It is much more than a buzzword, and if you'd ask most organizations, well, they believe they are in the process of adopting DevSecOps tools and practices. But, are they?

In order to deeply understand the state of DevSecOps implementation we need to learn more about the relationship between developers and security teams. After surveying more than 560 application security professionals and software developers we found several insights.

Join Jeff Martin, associate VP of product management, and Rhys Arkins, director of product management at WhiteSource, to learn about:

  • The current challenges of the security and development teams when it comes to AppSec
  • The contradicting views and gaps between the teams on DevSecOps maturity
  • How to break the silos and advance toward DevSecOps maturity
Rhys Arkins
Director of Product Management - WhiteSource

Rhys Arkins is responsible for developer solutions at WhiteSource. He was the founder of Renovate Bot, an automated tool for software dependency updating, which was acquired by WhiteSource in 2019. Rhys is particularly fond of automation and a firm believer in never sending humans to do a machine’s job.

Jeff Martin
Associate VP of Product Management - WhiteSource

Jeff has spent the last 15 years in product roles helping both the organizations he worked for and their customers transform and measure their business processes, development and QA. He especially enjoys cultural and mindset transformations for their ability to create lasting progress.

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