Successfully implementing a DevSecOps strategy isn’t about giving developers more and more work. Developers need to be focused on creating great user experiences and delivering new features fast while following security best practices.
In many ways, DevSecOps is about giving developers the power to address potential security concerns as early in the development process as possible. But how? Do developers now need to be security experts and become familiar with new platforms? No. Instead organizations are helping developers secure code by surfacing actionable and in-context feedback within their existing tools and workflows.
In this webinar, Techstrong Research analysts will share findings from a newly released PulseMeter that reveals how to create a successful DevSecsOps strategy that spans application and infrastructure security. In addition, Steve Giguere, developer advocate at Bridgecrew and Barak Schoster, senior director, architecture, at Palo Alto Networks will discuss the operational challenges that he sees while helping engineering and security teams create and adopt DevSecOps strategies. During this webinar we will discuss:
Steve is a Developer Advocate with Bridgecrew by Prisma Cloud specialising in cloud and infrastructure security automation. Steve started his cybersecurity life by being kicked out of his high school computing class for privilege escalation on the school linux system and changing all passwords to ""peaches"" (his friend’s dog's name). But that was a long time ago. Since then he has worked as a Solution Architect for StackRox and Aqua Security, specialising in container and Kubernetes security, and has spent time with Synopsys establishing DevSecOps best practices for enterprise CI/CD pipelines.