4 Core Tactics to Help DevOps Release Secure Software
Recorded on October 16, 2019
Engineering leaders at growing companies are increasingly wondering, “How can my development team release several times per week without introducing new vulnerabilities?” It’s a constant struggle to balance security requirements and rapid release cycles.
In this on-demand webinar, you’ll learn four key areas of focus to deploy applications quickly and securely, as well as how to:
Prioritize visibility into the most critical attack types and vulnerability metrics
Use proven methods to prompt safe coding by default
Configure app infrastructure side-by-side with software development
Become the security champion of your organization
This webinar brings together a panel of security experts from Snapdocs, Cybrary, LeanTaaS, and Remitly, who will share their real-world experiences.
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Principal Infrastructure Engineer & Head of IT at Cybrary
Head of Engineering at LeanTaaS
Head of Information Security & Compliance, Snapdocs
Head of Information Security, Infrastructure, & IT at Remitly
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