Agile organizations are looking for ways to win at security without slowing down their release cycles. That’s where DevSecOps comes in. The days of a hands-off security approach for developers are over. Organizations implementing DevSecOps to integrate security into their DevOps framework are able to release secure software faster. Developers test code for potential security vulnerabilities earlier in the pipeline to fix security issues in real time to avoid costly delays.
At Secure Coding Virtual Summit 2021, industry-leading AppSec and DevSecOps practitioners, analysts and visionaries will come together to share their best pro tips and power ups to level up your code security. The agenda for the virtual event, taking place March 24 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET, features a mix of topics including AppSec, threat modeling, API security, container security, case studies and more.
The most brilliant security luminaries from OWASP, Okta, Microsoft, Secure Code Warrior, WhiteSource and many other well-known IT companies, will discuss:
- How to level up your secure coding strategies
- How to run an AppSec program with open source projects
- The best practices for securing your APIs, the attack surface of an API and common authorization problems
- The concept of threat modeling, its objectives and its role in the SDLC
- How to transform developers into security people
- How easy (or not) it is to get a container or Kubernetes cluster hacked on purpose
- How to create an AppSec pipeline with containers in a short period of time (demo)
This year’s Secure Coding features outstanding industry leaders, such as:
- Vandana Verma Sehgal, global board of directors at OWASP
- Simone Curzi, cybersecurity principal consultant at Microsoft
- Keith Casey, API problem solver at Okta
- Matias Madou, CTO and co-founder at Secure Code Warrior
- Matthew Coles, senior principal product security engineer at Dell
- Sarah Young, security architect at Microsoft
- Chris Romeo, CEO and co-founder at Security Journey
- Dr. Phillipe de Ryck, web security expert and founder at Pragmatic Web Security
- Richard Greenberg, founder and CEO at Security Advisors LLC
- Izar Tarandach, principal security engineer at Squarespace
- Jeroen Willemsen, principal security architect at Xebia
- Shiri Ivtsan, director of product at WhiteSource
- Justin Hutchings, director of product management at GitHub
- Matt Tesauro, senior partner at 10 Security
- Matthew Butler, principle engineer at Laurel Lye
Attendees will have access to useful resources and will be able to interact with sponsors to power up their secure coding strategies. There will be live Q&A chats with keynote speakers to get your burning questions answered. Attendees will also have the opportunity to hunt for Easter eggs to boost their player score for a chance to win a PlayStation 5.
To see the full agenda and to register, please visit the Secure Coding website.