Welcome to the second annual celebration of the best in the DevSecOps industry! These awards shine a well-deserved spotlight on those in the industry that have contributed to and led the DevSecOps movement in the shape of ideas, documentation, industry or company impact and community engagement. Making waves in this industry, making a difference, and are building incredible developer driven security communities.
These awards are truly about celebrating the dedication and passion that individuals, companies, and communities have to make the software world more secure.
All nominations for the DevSecCon Leadership awards came from YOU, the community, to recognise projects, people, product, service or any program related to DevSecOps innovation.
MOST EFFECTIVE DEVSECOPS TEAM
Rewarding teams that have made significant improvements in 2020 to improve and create a robust DevSecOps solution, transformation or culture in their organization.
OUTSTANDING DEVSECOPS COMMUNITY
Rewarding the hard work and contributions made through education and community building from DevSecOps meetups and events.
INSPIRING DEVSECOPS INDIVIDUAL
Rewarding unique achievements by a forward-thinking individual that has contributed significantly to the industry and community.
Who are working on testing, securing and advocating for security best practices on most of the Cloud Native software that runs the Cloud and Cloud Native applications. They are responsible for the Cloud Native Security Day co-located events during KubeCon and also the first Kubernetes-only based CTF at KubeCon North America.
For the great content and events they organise every week. From awesome speakers to free workshops that are very welcoming to all levels of knowledge. This OWASP DevSlop project is led by some amazing female leaders from across the globe and includes an inclusive community of people that want to learn about AppSec together.
Tanya is a renowned speaker, leader and influencer in the DevSecOps space and has been recognised for her amazing mentorship to the entire DevSecOps community. Through her WeHackPurple education initiative, she is helping so many students and companies in improving security.
A HUGE congratulations to all of our nominees, finalists, and winners.
Congratulations to the entire DevSecCon Community!
Resilience is the ability to bounce back regardless of what hit us. And this year, the world was dealt an unbelievable hand. Individuals, communities, companies—we all had to adapt to a new normal. This was the year we learned how important it is to be agile, nimble, and resilient to challenges.