How to Automate and Integrate Application Security Testing into DevOps

Presented by

Stephen Gates | Matthew Rose | Wendy Ng | Nathan Demuth

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For many organizations, digital transformation is in overdrive, and the pressure to develop and release more and more software on time is increasing exponentially. Application security testing is no longer a choice, and the reactive approach no longer works. Discovering vulnerabilities early in the software development life cycle (SDLC) is essential, and it saves time and cost in the long run. To achieve this, application security testing needs to be an integral part of the development process. Join this episode of the "On The Road to DevSecOps" series to learn from the experts on how to approach automation and integrate application security testing into your development workflows. Viewers will learn more about: - How to get started with application security testing - What to look for to automate and integrate application security testing (AST) seamlessly into developer workflows - What is the difference between Static Application Security Testing (SAST), Software Composition Analysis (SCA), and Interactive Application Security Testing (IAST), and how do they work to secure application code - Best practices for maximizing application security without slowing down development Speakers: - Stephen Gates, Security Evangelist and Senior Solutions Specialist, Checkmarx (Host) - Matthew Rose, Global Director Application Security Strategy, Checkmarx - Wendy Ng, Head of IT Strategy, Planning and Operating Model, Experian - Nathan Demuth, Director of Cloud Advisory – Solutions Engineering, Coalfire

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