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An Open Source DevSecOps Platform for Securing Code & Dependencies


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Sponsored by shiftleft

Monday, April 27, 2020
1pm EDT

ShiftLeft Scan is an open-source platform designed to make automating security, as part of modern software development lifecycles, as easy as pie. It provides efficient workflows to get the right developer the right vulnerability information at the right time, without slowing release velocity. Specifically, ShiftLeft Scan’s workflow integrates: 

  • Static code analysis for custom code
  • Hard-coded secret detection
  • Software composition analysis for CVEs in open source libraries
  • Open source licensing checks 

into the IDE, as part of pull requests or build systems. 

ShiftLeft Scan is itself open source and free (under the GPLv3 license) and also leverages the best existing open-source tools to deliver broad programming language support across its many features. This webinar will be delivered by the ShiftLeft Lead Architect and creator of ShiftLeft Scan, Prabhu Subramanian. It will cover the following:

  1. The security challenges posed by modern software development life cycles
  2. Introduction to ShiftLeft Scan DevSecOps platform
  3. Static Code Analysis (SAST)
  4. Software Composition Analysis (SCA)
  5. Demonstration of ShiftLeft Scan features & workflow
  6. Thoughts on workflows & integrations
  7. Q&A
Prabhu Subramanian
Creator of ShiftLeft Scan and Architect - ShiftLeft
I am a passionate DevSecOps consultant with a background in building open-source, cloud, and security products.

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