DevSecOps Roadmap: Building Security Into Workflows the Right Way
Nick Cavalancia - Techvangelism and Mark Townsend, Vice President of Professional Services at Invicti Security
About this talk
Application security has come a long way. From automation to increased AppSec budgets, the landscape of application security has changed dramatically. Yet even businesses who think they are doing AppSec and DevSecOps well can’t be entirely confident, with organisations becoming increasingly vulnerable due to the sheer number of web assets they have - or think they have - to secure.
With it being more imperative than ever for development and security teams to gain complete visibility into all their applications — including those that are lost, forgotten, or hidden - it’s crucial that they do it in the right way.
But what does the right way look like? In episode 2 of Invicti’s Mastering Application Security series, Nick Cavalancia and Mark Townsend are here to show you. From discussing how businesses can create a DevSecOps roadmap that truly works, to diving into how teams can integrate application security into their DevOps pipelines the right way, join them to hear:
- Why many organizations struggle with gaining full visibility of what applications they need to secure
- How to navigate the complexity of integrating security tools within short production cycles
- How critical software issues can be identified and addressed at the appropriate stage of the SDLC
- How to inspire DevOps and DevSecOps teams to grow the right development culture that fosters an environment where AppSec can truly thrive
- And more
Invicti Security is transforming the way web applications are secured. An AppSec leader for more than 15 years, Invicti enables organizations in every industry to continuously scan and secure all of their web applications and APIs at the speed of innovation. Invicti is headquartered in Austin, Texas, and serves more than 3,500 organizations of all sizes all over the world. For more information, visit our website invicti.com.…