Securing Microservices in Today’s Fast, Feature-Driven SDLC
Ed Adams, Security Innovation | Claudia Dent, Everbridge | Mark Nesline, Imprivata | Trupti Shiralkar, Datadog
About this talk
Organizations are increasingly relying on microservices to modernize and scale in today’s distributed tech ecosystem. Microservices facilitate continuous delivery and deployment by offering loose coupling through modularity, fault isolation, and resiliency. However, the resulting distributed systems are often complex, with large attack surfaces, making traditional security assessments difficult.
To maintain consistent security levels, teams need to standardize practices and recalibrate assessment techniques. Come learn how industry experts from product security, engineering, and product management integrate risk-based approaches to their software pipeline to release software more confidently.
- Security as a Service: Arming teams with pre-secured libraries, assessment templates, security guidance, and hardened frameworks
- Rapid Risk Assessments: Evolving beyond monolithic SAST/DAST scans towards rapid component analysis
- Modern Vulnerability Management: Optimizing classification systems based on component criticality, business impact potential, and mitigating controls
In today's connected world, software runs everything - from smart phones to banking applications, cars to home security systems, even refrigerators, garage doors and other every day devices are "connected." Software is everywhere – and unfortunately, it provides the largest attack surface for hackers. We are a cybersecurity company leveraging our deep knowledge of software security to create relevant products and services.…