OWASP Vancouver - Transitioning into DevSecOps

Jun 1, 2018 · Vancouver, Canada

Speaker: Roger Trevisan

Abstract: Software development practices have evolved quite a bit in the recent years, from Waterfall, to the multiple flavors of Agile and now into DevOps. Security teams often have challenges keeping up with the speed and scalability requirements from the new development and operations practices and end up creating barriers that may cause disruption into development and operations life-cycle.

This presentation aims to cover the main reasons why security teams are failing to bolt on security into the current development models. It also shine some light into the difference between traditional security, DevOps + Security and DevSecOps and expose some of the processes, tools and cultural changes required for a successful DevSecOps organization.

Speaker bio: Roger Trevisan is a CISSP certified security professional with 12+ years of experience with web application security, secure coding, secure development lifecycle, penetration testing, risk assessment, vulnerability management, network security and information systems administration. As a skilled penetration tester and application security professional, Roger has helped high-profile companies in industries such as financial, healthcare and telecommunication to identify and address a large number of critical security vulnerabilities.

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  • The Mainland Advanced Research Society

    Mainland Advanced Research Society is a volunteer driven, non-profit organization focused on researching new ways to protect ourselves online, educating, and supporting our communities.

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