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Pipeline Security as a Catalyst for DevSecOps


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Sponsored by harness

Tuesday, August 10, 2021
1 p.m. ET

The last frontier of your security footprint lies in the applications you create. Since the production application is often the most secure state, attacks have focused on applications in development and pre-production application infrastructure. But a DevSecOps approach can help shift security left. As engineers, we are under the gun to deliver within agile sprints, so making informed decisions about security at every step is key. 

Your CI/CD pipeline can be the conduit for several security-centric steps toward a comprehensive DevSecOps approach. In this webinar, you’ll learn the basics of application security terminology and several automatable methods for coverage.

Join this session and learn:

  • Security is everyone’s responsibility
  • Common application security terminology 
  • What shifting left into DevSecOps looks like
Zachary Conger
Senior DevOps Engineer - StackHawk
Zachary is a senior DevOps engineer for StackHawk. As a startup junkie, he has worked in many roles including operations, engineering, product development and leadership. In his current role, he is focused on the evolving CI/CD landscape and how this diverse set of technologies can  improve the productivity of software developers and the quality of the code they produce. Outside of work he enjoys music, photography and cycling.
Ravi Lachhman
Evangelist - Harness
Ravi Lachhman is an evangelist at Harness. Prior to Harness, Ravi was an evangelist at AppDynamics. Ravi has held various sales and engineering roles at Mesosphere, Red Hat, and IBM helping commercial and federal clients build the next generation of distributed systems. Ravi enjoys traveling the world with his stomach and is obsessed with Korean BBQ.

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