LONDON, September 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
DevSecOps conference brings together DevOps, Development and Security to showcase how to make software delivery more secure
DevSecCon, the world's only conference dedicated to DevSecOps - the practice of building security into development processes - announced today it will take place on Thursday, 20th of October at CodeNode in London, UK. Leading industry experts will share thought-provoking insights, actionable tips and best practices about DevSecOps, including Elizabeth Lawler (CEO and Co-founder, Conjur), Chris Dare (Application Security Specialist, Just Eat) Guy Podjarny (CEO and Co-founder, Snyk), Justin Collins (CEO and Founder, Brakeman) - and many more.
The day will be filled with inspiring talks, workshops and networking opportunities, making it an invaluable event for anyone working in Development, DevOps and Security. Attendees will learn about ways to implement security as code in the overall development process, ensure secure continuous delivery, automate and monitor security processes and create an inclusive and collaborative culture between DevOps and Security.
Francois Raynaud, founder of DevSecCon and independent Security Architect explains the motivation behind the event: "Traditional Security is often counterproductive because it exists in isolation to the business drivers and development processes. We want to tear down these walls and create a new era in which DevOps and Security embrace collaboration, and Developers are enabled to create applications which are secure from their requirements to the final products. DevSecCon is a platform for professionals to learn ways to implement these new ideas into their business and help them to challenge the approach to secure development and delivery in their organisations."
Following the conference, attendees are invited to exchange ideas in open space discussions and connect with their peers at the post-event networking drinks. Check out the full agenda here.
This year, DevSecCon will also host the Web Application Hacker's Handbook Live Training, which has been previously delivered at BlackHat, HiTB, Syscan, Countermeasure and 44con. The training course is highly practical and allows DevOps, Developers and Security professionals to gain hands-on experience in understanding, finding and exploiting the latest vulnerabilities in web applications. The full course outline can be found here.
Combined tickets are available, allowing attendees to be part of the training course and DevSecCon on three consecutive days (18th to 20th October).
Register now for a day of discovering, networking and learning at DevSecCon or get completely immersed in DevSecOps by additionally attending the 2-day training course. Whether you're seeking new ways to improve the quality of the development process or want to stay up-to-date with the latest DevSecOps innovations and technologies, DevSecCon has something for you. And if you're interested in sponsoring the event, contact us here.