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Avoiding SolarWinds-Like Threats: The Impact Across DevOps Teams


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Sponsored by tricentis

Wednesday, January 20, 2021
11 a.m. ET

The SolarWinds and FireEye compromise demonstrated the devastating effectiveness of a supply chain cybersecurity attack leading to the infiltration of government and corporate networks by a nation-state actor. It’s not “just” a security issue. The impact and response will alter application delivery far beyond the traditional boundaries of security.

Application delivery teams of all sizes, industries and geographies are asking questions like: 

  • Are supply chain attacks likely to become commonplace?
  • How should CISOs, cybersecurity organizations and application delivery professionals prepare themselves to plan for and respond to supply chain attacks?
  • What long-standing assumptions or decisions must be challenged and reassessed?
  • Will suppliers be required to disclose or validate supply chain security measures due to contractual requirements or potential future government regulation? 
  • What is the role of “traditional” testing in questioning and investigating supply chain security risks?

We've assembled a group of leading cybersecurity and DevOps experts and practitioners to explore these questions and more. This is a must-attend event in 2021 for all DevOps professionals!

Caroline Wong
CSO - Cobalt.io
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Julian Waits
GM Cyber Security Business Unit - Devo
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Bhavin Patel
Director, Product Security - Tricentis
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Alan Shimel
Founder, CEO & Editor-in-chief - DevOps.com

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Richard Stiennon
Chief Research Analyst - IT-Harvest
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CEO - Accelerated Strategies

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