DevSecOps Essentials that Enable Efficient Security
IT leaders look to the Dev team to streamline, accelerate, and upskill the workforce in the face of growing demands, complexities, and threats from outside the organization. Meanwhile, the C-Suite is hoping DevOps can figure out a way to reduce or remove IT costs while distributing more resilience for the organizational infrastructure. It feels a bit like a game of tug of war.
As we navigate through the new world order of NoOps, DevOps, and CloudOps, where does Agile fit into it? And does letting your civilian developers loose in Low Code/NoCode arena mean foregoing all forms of process control and quality checks? And what about security? We’re going to go there and make the case for the best of both worlds.
The cultural differences between dev and security teams persist to this day – fast vs. slow, risk-hungry vs. risk-averse, focused on profits vs. focused cost avoidance, etc. Meanwhile, the increasing use of open-source code libraries and cloud-native applications are creating new cybersecurity threats, pressing DevSecOps teams to find new AppSec solutions, better observability, and fresh ways of working together.
In this keynote session, learn how to spot the red flags of a struggling program; learn what tools and technologies can make the DevSecOps process easier for the entire team; and how IT executives can lead a DevSecOps team ready to handle both the risk of cyberattacks and the risk of slow-release cycles.
If you ask some, low code is the future of code – except when it isn’t. While Low-code/No Code offers a ton of speed and productivity benefits, not to mention ease of use, the rigidity and restrictiveness is frequently off-putting for all but the most facile user. We’ll talk through some of the biggest –and most unexpected—pitfalls of the low code/no code space and what you can do to mitigate or avoid completely.