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Putting the Secs into SecDevOps

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DevOps has transformed the way your organization delivers innovation to market. But if the software you’re creating isn’t secure, is it really great?

What Will You Learn?

The fact is, developers drive your organization’s software agenda – they’re the only ones who can fix vulnerabilities in code. But to do this, they need the right security information, at the right time, and in the right places, so they can stay focused and meet ever-tightening deadlines. So how can security teams make that happen without stretching themselves too thin in the process?

Shifting security left – by taking a programmatic approach that integrates AppSec into development from the start – is the best way to achieve your objectives, protect your business, and unify teams and processes. That’s DevSecOps. In this interactive panel session, you’ll:

• Identify common pitfalls that can derail DevSecOps

• Adopt a developer’s PoV and learn how to address security misconceptions

• Explore the software vulnerabilities putting your organization at risk of breach

• Learn how to strengthen operations to make security a natural, efficient part of development

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Sara Peters, Senior Editor, Dark Reading
Brad Causey, CEO, Zero Day Consulting
Ryan Lloyd, VP Product Management, Veracode

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About Veracode

Veracode is the leading AppSec partner for creating secure software, reducing the risk of security breach, and increasing security and development teams’ productivity. As a result, companies using Veracode can move their business, and the world, forward. With its combination of process automation, integrations, speed, and responsiveness, Veracode helps companies get accurate and reliable results to focus their efforts on fixing, not just finding, potential vulnerabilities.

Veracode serves thousands of customers worldwide across a wide range of industries. The Veracode solution has assessed more than 53 trillion lines of code and helped companies fix more than 71 million security flaws.

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