What Developers Can Learn at the Upcoming DevSecOps Virtual Summit

The shift to DevOps and DevSecOps has already happened, it's only a question of when we all catch up. Organizations in all industries are creating software not only faster, but also more precise, collaborative, and incremental ways than ever before. In fact, we’ve seen the shift in our own customer base, where the percentage of applications scanned for security on a weekly basis jumped 50 percent last year. And this shift casts a wide net, affecting everything from policies to training and tools. In turn, DevSecOps has a major implications for the development professional’s role in securing the software development process. With security’s shift left, and into the hands of the developer, the security team is no longer responsible for conducting security testing, but for enabling developers. Get a handle on this shift and what it means for you by attending our Virtual Summit, Assembling the Pieces of the DevSecOps Puzzle, on February 28. You’ll get practical tips and advice on a developer’s role in a DevSecOps world, including: Shifting Left with Integrations  You may feel like you play a small or even no role in choosing and implementing security testing tools. But thanks to recent trends,...
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