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How to Bake Security Into the Developer Workflow

It’s time to make it easier for developers to own the security of their code.

Instead of finding and fixing vulnerabilities towards the end of the software development cycle, we need to make security seamless for developers from the start. This includes automating security scanning at the source code repository and integrating the security results seamlessly back into the source code repository. This will give developers immediate feedback without having to leave their environment. The “shift center” approach to DevOps works with security in mind at every stage and is fundamentally changing the way applications are developed.

Join this episode of the "On The Road to DevSecOps" series to learn why a developer-friendly approach to AppSec is needed and how to make it easier to write secure code. Our experts will discuss:

- Why Shift Left should really be Shift Center
- New approaches that seamlessly automate security testing into the development ecosystem
- How to create a closed-loop from repo to ticketing strategy to reduce manual updates
- Strategies for just in time developer security education to drive continuous improvement

Speakers:
- Stephen Gates, Security Evangelist and Senior Solutions Specialist, Checkmarx (Host)
- James Brotsos, Product Manager – Developer Experience, Checkmarx
- Tim Bach, Vice President of Engineering, AppOmni
- Cindy Blake, Sr Product Marketing Manager and Security Evangelist, GitLab
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  • Security Education for Developers Dec 10 2020 5:00 pm UTC 90 mins
    Stephen Gates | Kurt Risley | Jack Mannino | Jane Wang
    The security of your software all starts with the code. Ensuring that the code written for an application does what it was built to do and that it’s keeping the contained data secure is essential. So, how can we, as an industry, do a better job of writing more secure code?

    Here’s where security education and empowering DevOps teams come in. How can we better educate developers on application security and teach them to develop more secure code?

    Join this episode of the "On The Road to DevSecOps" series to learn why security matters for developers, how to give your developers secure coding training, and foster a culture of collaboration. Viewers will also learn about:
    - When it comes to software development, who owns security?
    - How to teach your developers to write more secure code
    - The role of the security champions vs. integrated JIT training for secure coding education
    - What are the most common – and easily correctable -- vulnerabilities and why?
    - How do you create an effective AppSec Awareness Program?

    Speakers:
    - Stephen Gates, Security Evangelist and Senior Solutions Specialist, Checkmarx (Host)
    - Kurt Risley, Global Sales/SME–Codebashing, Checkmarx
    - Jack Mannino, CEO, nVisium
    - Jane Wang, Principal Security Architect, Charles River Development
  • Public Sector Digital Transformation and Secure Software in 2020 Recorded: Dec 1 2020 45 mins
    Andrew Thompson, Sales Engineer Team Leader, Checkmarx
    Just like the Private Sector, the pace of digital transformation in Government has massively accelerated in 2020, forcing many Governmental organizations into an “adapt or fail” situation. Software is at the center of it all, placing increased pressure on Developers, DevOps leaders, AppSec managers, who need to develop and deploy more applications and keep even more software updated with latest releases. At pace and securely.

    However, this need for speed comes at a price, as security can be seen as a blocker and not an enabler. As the proliferation of software continues, bringing with it an ever-expanding attack surface that’s ripe for targeting by malicious actors, state or otherwise, securing software must be a priority.

    In this webinar, Checkmarx Sales Engineering Manager, Andrew Thompson will share with viewers why NOW is for some the right time to move to a DevSecOps approach, and for others to accelerate this movement using best practices, guidance and tips plus discussing application security tools that can offer advanced technology from the start of development through to deployment and testing and subsequent automation.
  • How to Bake Security Into the Developer Workflow Recorded: Nov 19 2020 35 mins
    Stephen Gates | James Brotsos | Tim Bach | Cindy Blake
    It’s time to make it easier for developers to own the security of their code.

    Instead of finding and fixing vulnerabilities towards the end of the software development cycle, we need to make security seamless for developers from the start. This includes automating security scanning at the source code repository and integrating the security results seamlessly back into the source code repository. This will give developers immediate feedback without having to leave their environment. The “shift center” approach to DevOps works with security in mind at every stage and is fundamentally changing the way applications are developed.

    Join this episode of the "On The Road to DevSecOps" series to learn why a developer-friendly approach to AppSec is needed and how to make it easier to write secure code. Our experts will discuss:

    - Why Shift Left should really be Shift Center
    - New approaches that seamlessly automate security testing into the development ecosystem
    - How to create a closed-loop from repo to ticketing strategy to reduce manual updates
    - Strategies for just in time developer security education to drive continuous improvement

    Speakers:
    - Stephen Gates, Security Evangelist and Senior Solutions Specialist, Checkmarx (Host)
    - James Brotsos, Product Manager – Developer Experience, Checkmarx
    - Tim Bach, Vice President of Engineering, AppOmni
    - Cindy Blake, Sr Product Marketing Manager and Security Evangelist, GitLab
  • How to Automate and Integrate Application Security Testing into DevOps Recorded: Oct 29 2020 54 mins
    Stephen Gates | Matthew Rose | Wendy Ng | Nathan Demuth
    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
  • Continuously Automate SAST in DevSecOps Pipelines with Checkmarx and Refactr Recorded: Oct 27 2020 60 mins
    Michael Fraser, CEO Refactr; Jeff Hsaio, Senior Solution Engineer Checkmarx
    Development, Security, and DevOps teams often find themselves struggling between timely delivery, secure code, and automation. A lack of expertise in security automation and developing repeatable workflows leads to further delivery delays, undetected vulnerabilities, and increased friction amongst the teams.

    Checkmarx and Refactr have partnered to simplify automation of DevSecOps workflows and implement continuous security testing from the beginning of the software development lifecycle.

    Refactr’s no-code/low-code visual pipeline builder dramatically reduces the expertise and time required to integrate DevSecOps tools in automated pipelines and maximize existing workflows across an organization.

    Checkmarx’s Virtual Compiler transforms Static Application Security Testing (SAST) by eliminating complicated scan configurations, dependency on compilation and builds for security testing, and empowers developers to secure their code anytime, anywhere.

    With Checkmarx’s Virtual Compiler integrated with Refactr’s DevSecOps automation platform, organizations can automate security testing to deliver secure software, at scale and on-time.

    Join our webinar to:
    •Learn how Checkmarx and Refactr enable DevSecOps automation
    •Obtain an overview of the Refactr and Checkmarx Integration
    •Watch a demonstration using the Refactr platform to automate Checkmarx scans triggered by GitLab CI and GitHub Actions
  • [Panel] Automation: Hype or Realty - DevSecOps in Middle East Recorded: Oct 27 2020 71 mins
    Natarajan KV, Subhash Chandra, Afsar Pasha Peeran, Bhawani Singh, Zaman Khan
    One of the goals of DevSecOps is to build security testing into your development process. There are many various tools and solutions that can be used to achieve and automate security testing across the development life cycle.

    We are inviting you to take part in a video panel with the First Bank of Abu Dhabi,
    EmiratesNBD and Dubai Municipality to hear leaders in the Middle East market who have successfully embedded security into their DevOps pipeline.

    Agenda:
    Trends in Software security
    Automation: Hype or Reality
    Best practices of automating CI-CD pipeline
    Best tools – or recommended tools?
    How to automate Security into your CI-CD pipeline

    The thought Leaders for this panel:

    Natarajan KV - First Abu Dhabi Bank - AVP, Cybersecurity
    Subhash Chandra - Emirates NBD Bank - Senior DevSecOps Engineer
    Afsar Pasha Peeran - Dubai Municipality, Senior information security specialist
    Bhawani Singh - Checkmarx, Principal Solution Architect
    Zaman Khan - Exclusive Network KAS, Channel Manager
  • 5 Reasons Why Software Security is More Critical Than Ever Recorded: Oct 14 2020 39 mins
    Susan St. Clair Evangelist & SME at Checkmarx
    These days, technology is evolving at a pace like never before seen, especially as our world and its businesses continue to adjust to the digital-first environment that was suddenly thrust upon us earlier this year. As digital transformation accelerates, everyone is feeling the effects, and DevOps leaders, AppSec managers, and developers are no exception as they’re being tasked with developing and deploying software at faster rates to keep their organizations competitive and relevant.

    However, this speed comes at a price, causing security to often fall by the wayside – a core reason why vulnerable software and applications are now the leading cause of security breaches.

    As the proliferation and demand of software continues, bringing with it a rapidly-expanding and increasingly-lucrative attack landscape, security must be a bigger priority. Join this live webinar with Checkmarx’s Evangelist & SME Susan St. Clair as she discusses
    •Trends impacting today’s software landscape and its respective stakeholders
    •Top reasons why software security is more essential than ever before
    •Best practices for kick-starting a software security program
    •AST solution essentials
  • DevSecOps: From Theory to Practice Recorded: Oct 14 2020 65 mins
    - Peter Robinson, Head of Security, Zip Co Limited - Anton Vishnyakov, Senior DevSecOps Engineer, Prospa - Stefano Pari
    Automation and DevOps have changed the way organisations deliver products. The shift towards DevOps made it pretty clear that companies are adopting this organisational model in order to facilitate a practice of automated software deployment.

    While the traditional idea of a “software release” dissolves away into a continuous cycle of service and delivery improvements, organisations find that their traditional application security solutions are having a hard time to adapt to the new process and security becomes an inhibitor to the complete process.

    This virtual panel will explore how organisations can implement an effective DevSecOps strategy to improve functionality and reduce time to market.

    **Speakers:**
    - Peter Robinson, Head of Security, Zip Co Limited
    - Anton Vishnyakov, Senior DevSecOps Engineer, Prospa
    - Stefano Parini, Senior Application Security Manager, Westpac
    - Matthew Rose, Global Director of Strategy, Checkmarx
  • [Forrester] Why AppSec Should be a Priority Recorded: Sep 29 2020 59 mins
    Sandy Carielli Principal Analyst at Forrester Research; Chris Merritt Director of Professional Services at Checkmarx
    Application security tools’ integration with the CI/CD pipeline is among the top 10 security technology trends Forrester expects will shape the security technology landscape in 2020. Why? COVID-19 forced security, development and operations teams into a sudden remote work environment that is driving even greater urgency for the automation of application security testing (AST) as part of the DevOps process. Operational inefficiencies and sign-offs once addressed quickly and quietly by an impromptu walk to someone’s office now persist and are becoming more apparent. Organizations that can’t bridge the gaps will see delayed product releases or increases in the number of security issues in released products.

    Join this live webinar featuring guest speaker, Forrester Research, Inc. Principal Analyst Sandy Carielli as she discusses:

    -Why AppSec should be at the top of the priority list to implement or improve upon in 2020
    -The fundamental steps organizations should take across people, process and technology
    -Key questions to ask your AppSec vendors
  • DevSecOps: From Theory to Practice Recorded: Sep 23 2020 65 mins
    Peter Robinson, Zip Co Limited - Anton Vishnyakov, Prospa - Stefano Parini, Westpac - Matthew Rose, Checkmarx
    Automation and DevOps have changed the way organisations deliver products. The shift towards DevOps made it pretty clear that companies are adopting this organisational model in order to facilitate a practice of automated software deployment.

    While the traditional idea of a “software release” dissolves away into a continuous cycle of service and delivery improvements, organisations find that their traditional application security solutions are having a hard time to adapt to the new process and security becomes an inhibitor to the complete process.

    This virtual panel will explore how organisations can implement an effective DevSecOps strategy to improve functionality and reduce time to market.

    **Speakers:**
    - Peter Robinson, Head of Security, Zip Co Limited
    - Anton Vishnyakov, Senior DevSecOps Engineer, Prospa
    - Stefano Parini, Senior Application Security Manager, Westpac
    - Matthew Rose, Global Director of Strategy, Checkmarx
  • AppSec Awareness Best Practices for Developer Training Programs Recorded: Sep 21 2020 48 mins
    Dr. Michael Workman and Texas A&M University; Kurt Risley, Checkmarx
    Who says you can't train and game at the same time?!

    Almost ALL research shows the origin of application attacks point to the lack of secure coding education, training, awareness, and skills. In fact, 70% of developers indicate they lack the necessary training to adequately secure the software they develop.

    The facts show:

    - There are 22M software developers around the world (from Evans Data)
    - 90% of security incidents result from defects in the design or code (from DHS)
    - 21% of data breaches are the result of software vulnerabilities (from Verizon)
    - 1 in 3 of newly scanned applications had SQL injection vulnerabilities over the past 5 years (from Cisco)
    - And there is a 100 to 1 ratio of developers as compared to application security personnel (from SANS institute)

    During this webinar Dr. Michael Workman, a professor of technology management at Texas A&M University in College Station, and Kurt Risley, the SME of Codebashing at Checkmarx, sit down and discuss best practices for training developers. And specifically the results that Dr. Workman observed when his students started using CxCodebashing as part of their practice.
  • Simplify the Automation of Application Security Testing Recorded: Aug 26 2020 19 mins
    Ken McDonald, Principal Development Lead, Checkmarx Technical Services Team
    Simplifying the Secure SDLC

    The main goal of any application security testing program is to reduce enterprise risk without hindering software release cycles, which is best achieved through thoughtful planning and implementation of security testing automation. However, this often remains an obstacle for many organizations today.
    To address this issue, Checkmarx recently announced the availability of an orchestration module called CxFlow for the Checkmarx Software Security Platform that tightly integrates with application release orchestration and agile planning tools.
    Implementing CxFlow:
    • Enables automated scanning earlier in the code management process by integrating directly into source control management systems or CI/CD tools
    • Improves operational ‘flow’ of secure software development and delivers more actionable vulnerability findings
    • Allows organizations to improve the security of their software without interrupting developer workflows

    Join Ken McDonald as he walks through CxFlow, demonstrating how it offers end-to-end automation - from scanning to ticketing, seamless integration with the modern development ecosystem, and centralized management.
  • AST for Securing DevOps Recorded: Aug 19 2020 32 mins
    Matthew Rose, Director of Application Security Strategy
    Automation and DevOps have changed the way organizations deliver products. The shift towards DevOps made it pretty clear that companies are adopting this organizational model in order to facilitate a practice of automated software deployment. While the traditional idea of a “software release” dissolves away into a continuous cycle of service and delivery improvements, organizations find that their traditional application security solutions are having a hard time to adapt to the new process and security becomes an inhibitor to the complete process.

    In this session, you’ll learn how different organizations adopted security into their DevOps processes. What obstacles need to be addressed when introducing AppSec to DevOps and when should Sec be added to DevOps?

    Join us to:
    - Discover which obstacles should be expected and how to overcome them
    - Understand what functionality is key to enable real automation of your AppSec program
    - Explore the benefits of having security as part of your DevOps automation (what’s in it for me)?
  • [Panel] Automation: Hype or Fate? Recorded: Aug 10 2020 63 mins
    Tiago Pinto, Checkmarx; Raviv Raz, ING; Doron Reuter,ING; Carlo Seddaiu, Atradius
    One of the goals of DevSecOps is to build security testing into the development process. There are many tools and best practices to achieve this across the development life cycle. What are the limitations of automation and what is the influence of the human factor? Is further automation our fate as tools become smarter? Or do we need to focus on human processes to keep the hype in check?

    About This Discussion Panel

    We invite you to an online panel discussion with experts in tooling, security consultancy and one of the most successful organizations in automating DevSecOps: Checkmarx

    Our moderator will pick the brains of four thought leaders on the following topics:

    1. The abstraction of architecture (the move towards cloud, microservices and serverless computing)

    2. The heavy use of tools and automation in the SDLC

    3. The best practices in the automation of the CI/CD pipeline


    The Panelists
    - Tiago Pinto, Global Director of Managed Services at Checkmarx
    - Raviv Raz, Cyber Innovation Expert at ING
    - Doron Reuter, Chief Product Owner at ING
    - Carlo Seddaiu, Lead Security Architect at Atradius


    The Moderator
    - Sander Kruger, Systems Architect and Engineer at Netstone
  • Automattizacion: Mito o Realidad Recorded: Jul 24 2020 67 mins
    Paulino Calderon, Luis Fernando Estrada, Antonio Herrera, Ronen Riesenfeld
    Uno de los objetivos de DevSecOps es ayudarle a integrar pruebas de seguridad en su proceso de desarrollo. Existe una amplia variedad de herramientas disponibles para implementar y automatizar las pruebas durante todo el ciclo de desarrollo.

    Lo invitamos a participar en nuestro panel virtual con nuestros invitados especiales y clientes de OWASP LATAM, Banco Azteca y Payclip.

    Se tratarán los siguientes temas:
    - Seguridad de software
    - Tendencias en la seguridad de software
    - Automatización: exageración o realidad?
    - Seguridad de software - The Developer way

    Lo invitamos a participar en nuestro panel virtual con nuestros invitados especiales y clientes de OWASP LATAM, Banco Azteca y Payclip.
    Los panelistas del seminario web:
    - Paulino Calderon - OWASP Mexico Líder de Capítulo
    - Luis Fernando Estrada - Banco Azteca - Grupo Salinas Consultor de soluciones
    - Antonio Herrera - Payclip AppSec Manger
    - Ronen Riesenfeld - Checkmarx Líder de Soluciones Mexico y Latinoamérica

    Si está interesado en aprender más sobre la automatización de Checkmarx con una demostración personalizada, contáctenos aquí. https://bit.ly/3hHD3hr
  • Without the Fluff: SCA in the Real World Recorded: Jul 23 2020 47 mins
    Susan St. Clair, Technical Services Engineer at Checkmarx
    You already know half the story: your developers are using open source and software composition analysis (SCA) to find and fix associated vulnerabilities. Lack of visibility and remediation puts your software and your data at risk. But, to know the full story, you need to be able to visualize the experience of incorporating an SCA solution into your AppSec program. How does one secure software without complicating development workflows and causing implementation headaches? This is the difficult part of the story... cutting through the fluff to get real and honest insight.

    See what it’s like to:
    • Generate an accurate inventory of the open source libraries being used by your development teams
    • Automate analysis and inject security risk insight directly into your secure SDLC or CI/CD pipelines.
    • Clearly understand vulnerabilities in direct and transitive dependencies
    • Reduce the noise (false positives) in SCA results and prioritize remediation of actual risks
    • Perform SAST (static analysis) and SCA scans from your build pipeline and/or source code repo
  • An AppSec Awareness Program for Developers: The Critical Steps to Success Recorded: Jul 22 2020 60 mins
    James Hofsiss DLT; Kurt Risley Checkmarx, Stephen Gates Checkmarx
    Today, agencies are striving to improve their application security programs, while at the same time, not slowing down the development, delivery, and deployment of their software applications. Can a balance be achieved between security and an organization’s (or agency’s) daily business requirements? We know it’s possible.

    Application Security (AppSec) Awareness Programs that are specifically focused on the development community are vastly needed. The statistics demonstrate that without an agency-wide program, vulnerabilities will still make their way into your applications, making them ripe for exploitation.

    However, many agencies are still not sure where to get started, the milestones they need to achieve along the way, the KPIs they need to track, and how to measure the success or failure of their program. Considering this predicament, this educational video should help you achieve your AppSec goals.

    In this webinar, we will:
    • Explain the kinds of ad-hock programs that exist in many agencies today
    • Provide details of what a modern Awareness Program looks like
    • Discuss the four key areas that must be addressed before starting
    • Highlight the best way to organize your approach and setup
    • Emphasize how to kick-start and launch your Awareness Program
    • Clarify the assessment process and ways to continuously improve

    (ISC)², Inc. members will earn 1 Hour CPE credit by completing this webinar.
  • A Better Approach for Agencies to Put Security in DevOps Recorded: Jul 22 2020 60 mins
    Matthew Rose Checkmarx •Nick Sinai The White House •Rick Stewart, DLT
    The recent shift towards DevOps makes it clear that Public agencies are moving forward with adopting this operational model to facilitate the practice of automating development, delivery, and deployment of mission-critical software. While the traditional idea of a software release dissolves into a continuous cycle of service and delivery improvements, agencies find that their conventional approaches to software security are having a difficult time adapting to this new approach, since security is often viewed as an inhibitor to this new model.

    Learn how different Public agencies are beginning to embed security into their DevOps initiatives and find out what barriers need to be addressed in order to effectively achieve what the industry calls: DevSecOps.

    Join us to:
    •Discover why AST solutions must be capable of being completely automated within the tooling that is already in use within DevOps.
    •Learn how to ensure vulnerabilities in custom code, open-source, and run-time risks are identified and remediated early in an automated fashion.
    •Explore the benefits of integrating automation into DevOps, resulting in improved quality, accuracy, security, and speed of delivered software.

    Speaker information:
    •Matthew Rose, Global Director Application Security Strategy, Checkmarx
    •Nick Sinai, Former US Deputy CTO, The White House
    •Rick Stewart, Chief Software Technologist, DLT
  • OWASP Testing Guide: La guía de seguridad en aplicaciones Web Recorded: Jul 8 2020 66 mins
    Vicente Aguilera Díaz - OWASP España Líder del capítulo; Miguel Tomico - Checkmarx Ingeniero de soluciones España
    El problema de la inseguridad en el software quizás sea el reto técnico más importante de nuestra era. El drástico aumento de las aplicaciones Web para usos comerciales, redes sociales, etc. simplemente ha multiplicado los requisitos para establecer un método robusto de escribir y securizar Internet, las aplicaciones web y nuestros datos.

    El Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) está creando un mundo en el que el software inseguro es la anomalía, no la norma. La Guía de pruebas de OWASP tiene que desempeñar un papel importante en la resolución de este grave problema. Es de vital importancia que nuestro método para comprobar los problemas de seguridad en el software se base en los principios de la ingeniería y la ciencia. Necesitamos un método coherente, reproducible y definido para comprobar las aplicaciones Web. Un mundo sin unos estándares mínimos en materia de ingeniería y tecnología es un mundo caótico.

    Durante esta sesión web, Vicente Aguilera y Miguel Tomico, van a presentar los siguientes puntos:
    - OWASP Testing Project
    - Los principios de las pruebas
    - Explicación de las técnicas de las pruebas
    - Revisión del código fuente
    - La necesidad de adoptar un método equilibrado

    Sus panelistas para este seminario web es:
    - Vicente Aguilera Díaz - OWASP España Líder del capítulo
    - Miguel Tomico - Checkmarx Ingeniero de soluciones España
  • Checkmarx DevSec Awareness and Training Solution [Hebrew] Recorded: Jun 15 2020 27 mins
    Asaf Altagar Codebashing Product Manager
    *Webinar will be held in Hebrew.
    Companies are looking to implement DevOps, bringing development and security teams together to code applications faster securely. With this structure, the need, and the benefit of putting security in the hands of developers is clear. However, the reality is that 60% of developers do not trust the security level of their applications, because developers are often not given enough security support. In general, companies train developers in security once a year, or even once a quarter in the best of cases, and thus hope that their teams will have the same level as security specialists. This approach consisting mainly of ticking the box "training in secure development," is not sufficient to establish and grow a real culture of application security within the organization.

    Join us to find out how to build an AppSec awareness program that genuinely supports and trains developers to think and code security daily.
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