Make Appsec Tools Seamless In Devops Pipelines

Webinar

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Sponsored by SYNOPSYS


Thursday, July 22, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Testing modern application security requires a variety of tools to scan different aspects. Static application security testing (SAST) for issues in custom code. Software composition analysis (SCA) for known open source vulnerabilities. Dynamic application security testing (DAST) for runtime flaws. Gartner recommends taking a "shift-left" approach and invest in automation to improve productivity. Early feedback allows developers to address issues and avoid security risks.

In this webinar, you will learn how Synopsys Intelligent Orchestration:

  • Simplifies integration of security testing tools into the CI/CD pipeline
  • Identifies the most appropriate AppSec activities based on pipeline context
  • Ensures seamless feedback to developers and enforce policies at enterprise scale
Simon King
VP Solutions - Synopsys
Simon King is VP Solutions at Synopsys Software Integrity Group. He is a thought leader and innovator in DevOps with experience in SaaS, testing, and security. He has lead product teams at industry leading companies such as BMC and multiple SaaS startups to help Synopsys SIG customers improve software development processes in the largest organizations globally. He has worked extensively with customer IT teams around the globe to understand their problems and help craft solutions based on our products. He focuses on listening to industry pains before they normalize into recognizable trends. Which enables him to think about future strategy based on solving real customer needs, communicated in simple terms that they recognize.

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