DevSecConBoston 2018 Sept. 10, 2018 to Sept. 11, 2018, Boston, USA

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Keynote: Secure By Design Chris Wysopal As software becomes a bigger component of the value delivered by companies in every industry, ...
Keynote: A seat at the table Adam Shostack The DevOps Movement has won, and all too often, left security wondering what our role ...
Outside the box: breakouts and privilege escalation in container environments Craig Stalmans Containers have quickly become a standard feature of most application and infrastructure stacks. The benefits ...
Keep containers afloat Jason Valtman Containerized solutions are known for decades, but only recently they became part of the DevOps ...
Busted computing: analyzing the console gaming Threat Model Conor Walsh The video gaming threat landscape has always been rife with trouble. It may not contain ...
Building a secure AWS VPC: the good, the bad, the UX Matt Jones Building a secure VPC in AWS is nothing new, it has been done many times. ...
Security in a DevOps Culture Brandon Chickillo In this session members of the Beeline security, development and devops pipeline architect will talk ...
Putting the SEC in DevSecOps: Security as the keystone to collaboration Marnie Wilking There’s a reason SEC is in the middle of DevSecOps. Security is truly a unifying ...
Inside an enterprise breach on a Public Cloud environment Sam Bisbee With the visibility provided by the Threat Stack Cloud Security Platform®, the Threat Stack Security ...
Open Source Supply Chains and Consumption Risk Tim Mackey Open source development is the new normal for software development, but legacy paradigms and point ...
Kata Containers: A painless way to secure your containers Eric Ernst Kata Containers is an open source project that brings the security of hardware virtualization to ...
Technical debt – why I love it (and so should you) Mike Bursell Technical debt is an unavoidable part of most software and hardware projects: almost no project ...
Building a practical DevSecOps pipeline for free Jeff Williams DevSecOps isn’t just smearing traditional security lipstick on DevOps. Terms like “shift left” and “security ...
Security in a world of Cloud, DevOps, DevSecOps and Chaos Engineering Ashish Rajan The talk has two points of focus – a simple framework that helps create security ...
Moving fast and gently breaking things: a case study Jay Kelath Implementing DevSecOps practices in an environment with legacy technical debt is not widely discussed. DevSecOps ...
How come AppSec is still not in the curriculum? Gábor Pék Education plays a key role to train our developers who deliver software the business rely ...
My rage quit journey: configuring Netflix tools Sarah Young Netflix make some neat op sec tools, huh? Everyone knows that they are somewhat lacking ...