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Shifting Compliance and Security Left - Into the Hands of the Developers


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Sponsored by WHITESOURCE

Wednesday, November 18, 2020
11 a.m. ET

The software world is alive with talk of shifting left, but what does it really mean? Theoretically, it means shifting responsibility for security and compliance to developers. In practice, it largely means enriching CI/CD processes to detect problematic licenses and vulnerabilities before they reach the main branch or production.

Shiri Ivtsan, product manager at WhiteSource, and Reza Alavi, cybersecurity managing consultant at Wipro, will discuss how shift-left security capabilities rely heavily on an organization's ability to rapidly test and deliver to adopt a developer-friendly approach to continuous compliance and security.

Shiri Arad Ivtsan
Senior Product Manager - WhiteSource

Shiri is an experienced cloud solutions architect and product manager and holds a B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering and Management. Prior to joining WhiteSource as a product manager, Shiri worked for various companies where she held roles in R&D, such as solutions architect, R&D team leader and product manager.

Reza Alavi
Cybersecurity Risk Consultant - Wipro

Reza is a managing consultant with over 15 years of experience in leading technology risk and security executive projects, works with Wipro’s clients to analyze, develop and deliver solutions for complex risk and security challenges in digital transformation projects, open source governance, cloud native applications and infrastructure as code.

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