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5 Tips for Transitioning from DevOps to DevSecOps


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Wednesday, December 9, 2020
1 p.m. ET

Are you looking to successfully move to DevSecOps? This panel of experts will discuss the considerations and practical tips that you should consider when adding security into your DevOps processes and procedures.

This panel of experts will discuss the considerations and practical tips that you should consider when adding security into your DevOps processes and procedures. Key takeaways from the discussion will be on DevSecOps requirements and recommendations, security standards, development methodologies and tools, culture, and experiences from the field.

Steve Howard
SCA Specialist & Technical Services Lead - Perforce Software

Steve has more than 15 years of experience in the software verification and validation space, and the majority of that working with static analysis.

Jill Britton
Director of Compliance - Perforce Software

Jill Britton has over 30 years of embedded software experience across a variety of industries. She has worked as a software engineer and manager for telecommunications, automotive, defense and education software. Jill is now the director of compliance at Perforce and a committee member of MISRA. Jill holds a BSc in Computer Science and Statistics from Newcastle University, and a MSc in Computer Science from Brunel University London.

Stuart Foster
Product Manager, Klocwork and Helix QAC - Perforce Software

Stuart Foster has over 10 years of experience in mobile and software development. He has managed product development of consumer apps and enterprise software. Currently, he manages Klocwork and Helix QAC, Perforce’s market-leading code quality management solutions. He believes in developing products, features, and functionality that fit customer business needs and helps developers produce secure, reliable, and defect-free code. Stuart holds a bachelor’s degree in information technology, interactive multimedia and design from Carleton University, and an advanced diploma in multimedia design from the Algonquin College of Applied Arts and Technology.

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