SkillsCast

SPEAKERS

22nd October 2015 in London at CodeNode

This SkillsCast was filmed at DevSecCon 2015

This session was not filmed.

More to be announced soon - We are currently evaluating different keynote speakers to ensure they are highly regarded in the SecOps and DevOps community. Our lightning talks are a mixture of DevOps and SecOps experiences (the good, the bad and the ugly), as well as new ways to integrate our worlds.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Public and private cloud meta-data and why it's useful by Steven Armstrong

  • Continuous security testing by Stephen de Vries

  • Show me the metrics: TSDB and TSP by James Brooks

  • An experiment in agile threat modelling by Fraser Scott

  • An end to "cargo cult" security by Alfredo Reino

  • Why your security sucks by Petko Petkov

Call for Papers Open

We are now looking for proposals for presentations on Continuous Delivery from both new and seasoned speakers. If you have a story or experience to share which centres on continuously secure, DevSecOps, please do submit a proposal – we’d love to hear from you.

Submit your talk at http://devseccon.com/cfp.html

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SkillsCast

This session was not filmed.

More to be announced soon - We are currently evaluating different keynote speakers to ensure they are highly regarded in the SecOps and DevOps community. Our lightning talks are a mixture of DevOps and SecOps experiences (the good, the bad and the ugly), as well as new ways to integrate our worlds.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Public and private cloud meta-data and why it's useful by Steven Armstrong

  • Continuous security testing by Stephen de Vries

  • Show me the metrics: TSDB and TSP by James Brooks

  • An experiment in agile threat modelling by Fraser Scott

  • An end to "cargo cult" security by Alfredo Reino

  • Why your security sucks by Petko Petkov

Call for Papers Open

We are now looking for proposals for presentations on Continuous Delivery from both new and seasoned speakers. If you have a story or experience to share which centres on continuously secure, DevSecOps, please do submit a proposal – we’d love to hear from you.

Submit your talk at http://devseccon.com/cfp.html

YOU MAY ALSO LIKE:

Thanks to our sponsors