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Tuesday, October 24 • 12:45 - 13:30
Why Is DevOps Not DevSecOps?

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DevOps has not yet become DevSecOps, leaving DevOps insecure. What is preventing security from integration into DevOps? This presentation offers the answer. It defines capabilities that application security should adopt, explains how existing technologies should change, forecasts emerging technologies, and estimates the pace of application security transformation in the era of DevOps. In this presentation, we prove that DevSecOps is in need of technologies with specific features and technologies that application development, operation, and security specialists have to learn, see, or run. Only these technologies will seamlessly integrate into DevOps, making it DevSecOps. We name these technologies, forecast the pace of their adoption, and evaluate benefits of adopting one technology versus another.

This presentation is intended for CISOs and CIOs, security managers and security specialists, as well as development and operation managers and specialists.

Attendees of this session will learn what will come to the market within the next few years, how to plan adoption, and what will or will not work in the era when application security transforms to enable DevSecOps.

Speakers
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Joseph Feiman

CIO, Veracode
Joseph Feiman, PhD is Chief Innovation Officer at Veracode responsible for advanced technologies that drive innovative security strategies. He is a recognized industry leader with nearly two decades of experience in application development and security, analyzing the markets for... Read More →


Tuesday October 24, 2017 12:45 - 13:30
Automated Security: USA/East Coast

Attendees (615)