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  • From DevSecCon: Shifting Left - Embedding Security into the SDLC
    From DevSecCon: Shifting Left - Embedding Security into the SDLC Mike D. Kail, CTO, CYBRIC Recorded: Nov 10 2017 39 mins
    If you weren't able to attend DevSecCon, you can view this session here. Widespread adoption of the DevOps culture and focus on automation has increased the velocity products and updates are delivered to production. This increased velocity has often resulted in code and application security testing being a periodic, manual exercise instead of part of the continuous pipeline. CYBRIC CTO Mike D. Kail discusses the need for security to “Shift Left” and seamlessly embed code and application security testing into the DevOps CI/CD pipeline via automation and orchestration. In this talk, you’ll also hear about how to introduce and drive the cultural change that is necessary in order for true collaboration to occur between the application developers and security teams, as well as a lively Q&A.
  • Fuel Innovation & Streamline Security: A Real-World DevSecOps Transformation
    Fuel Innovation & Streamline Security: A Real-World DevSecOps Transformation Jim Rutt, CIO, The Dana Foundation and Mike D. Kail, CTO, CYBRIC Recorded: Nov 10 2017 32 mins
    Forward-looking organizations are increasing innovation velocity, modernizing development while trying to stay ahead of the constantly changing threat landscape. The Dana Foundation is one such organization. Committed to advancing brain research, The Foundation needed to transition to the cloud to drive efficiency and more effectively manage risk. With this shift, Dana moved from waterfall to DevOps but CIO Jim Rutt had to ensure they still maintained the organization’s strict security posture.

    In this webinar you will learn how The Dana Foundation is using Cybric’s innovative software security assurance platform to:
    •Complete its move from Waterfall to DevOps methodology while embedding security earlier in the development process.
    •Simplify security testing onto one platform vs. run manually by siloed functions.
    •Gain full visibility of security across the development lifecycle.

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