Unlock DevSecOps: The Power of GitHub‘s Advanced Security Suite
As the world looks to secure its code through implementing practices such as DevSecOps. Together Xebia | Xpirit and GitHub will share a firsthand look at how they are solving for this.
The security landscape has changed dramatically over the past 10 years, with an increasing target on vulnerabilities at the application level. Learn the incredibly compelling story on how to solve this with current and future product updates.
Recommended Audience: Security, Architects, Developers, Engineers/DevOps, and Vulnerability Managers.
- Highlight challenges of integrating DevSecOps teams together toward a common goal of finding and fixing vulnerabilities in software using GitHub and GitHub Advanced Security
- Disrupt the landscape of application security through unique position of being Developer First.
- Solutions such as: CodeQL for Static Code analysis, Dependabot for Software Composition Analysis and Secret scanning to identify leaked tokens and api credentials in code.
- Unify the DevSecOps experience by integrating a wide variety of application security
Presented by: Xebia | Xpirit and GitHub
Xebia | Xpirit Team
David Sanchez, DevOps Consultant
I am a Computer Systems Engineer, developer, blogger, content creator, speaker, and passionate about technology. I like to share content about technology, open-source projects, soft skills, innovation, cloud, and web development. I have over 12 years of experience in the technology industry focused on software development and collaboration platforms.
Natalie Reinford, Business Developer Director
Chris Rhondeau, Application Security Executive for Public Sector and East Region
He has worked in application security for over 10 years including his prior work as a Security Program Manager and Senior Solution Architect at Veracode. Prior to that, Chris was a management consultant helping organizations solve a variety of hard problems.
Charlie Rice, Field Security Specialists for Public Sector at GitHub
He is an application security professional with more than 25 years of IT experience. He joined GitHub in October of 2022, having previously worked at Sonatype, Checkmarx, and ThreatModeler in the cybersecurity industry.
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