DevSecOps Is a Game Changer
DevSecOps makes software development faster, more precise, and more collaborative and incremental. And the responsibility for ensuring the stability and security of software moves earlier in the cycle to include developers. But what does this shift mean for security professionals? What does their job look like if developers are responsible for security testing? And what does it mean for developers, who now have security tasks and responsibilities added to their plates? And how do these teams now work together most effectively in this new landscape?
Creating Secure Software About More Than Technology
The days of security and development working in silos are over. Embracing DevSecOps and creating software quickly and securely means these two teams will need to collaborate more closely than ever before. Not only will these teams need to build new relationships, but each will need new skills and knowledge. Security teams will need to develop a new understanding of development processes, tools, and priorities, and development teams will need to learn secure coding basics and best practices. This Virtual Summit gives you the blueprint you need to build the bridge between security and development. Tune in to find out:
- What security needs to know about modern software development
- The best practices for nurturing the development/security relationship
- The most effective ways to scan code for security in development
- Lessons learned from real security teams working with developers