DevSecCon 2019 Nov. 14, 2019 to Nov. 15, 2019, London, United Kingdom

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DevSecOps: Five New Ideas for 2020 Elissa Shevinsky N/A
Shift privacy to the left: Achieve AI-powered API Privacy using Open Source Gianluca Brigandi I’ll begin with a brief survey of today’s privacy landscape: how it affects the software ...
Are Open Source Developers Security’s New Front Line? Mitun Zavery Bad actors have recognized the power of open source and are now beginning to create ...
How to Secure OpenShift Environments and What Happens If You Don’t Jan Harrie OpenShift by Red Hat is one of the major Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions ...
Graphs, protected views & hackers: How we keep our application secure Miray Reigersberg The best application and development teams are in a state of constant innovation and creation. ...
Live exploiting your open source dependencies Brian Vermeer Today, almost all software heavily relies on the use of third-party dependencies. While open source ...
Panel: Lessons Learned from the DevSecOps Trenches Zane Lackey , Clint Gibler , Doug Deperry , Tash Norris , Siren Hofvander This panel is made up of practitioners who lead application security teams at the forefront ...
A Kernel of Truth: Intrusion Detection and Attestation with eBPF Matt Carroll Infrastructure Security Engineer at Yelp"Attestation is hard" is something you might hear from security researchers ...
What is Ingress, Really? Stephen Archer In this session, F5, the leading provider of application services for many of the world’s ...
Are we turning our engineers blue? Tash Norris Our engineers are going from software engineers to software + infrastructure + network + database ...
Build to Hack, Hack to Build Chris Le Roy Containers,Cloud,DevOps and SDLC are all terms that are increasing in terms of usage in the ...
Automating secrets management in a "hybrid" environment (VMs and Kubernetes pods) with Hashicorp Vault Jesse Endahl This talk will cover how to achieve the best of both worlds—automation and security—in a ...
From Zero to Hero: A Case Study of our Journey in Continious Security Jay Kelath At last year’s DevSecCon Boston, we spoke about our approach to the DevSecOps model. This ...
The way to Zero Trust Security Petko ( pdp ) D. Petkov What your technology stack and security model would look like if you assume you operate ...
Progress, not just motion. Security, the heroes journey Siren Hofvander It would seem that, despite the exponential growth in security products, security services, security companies, ...