In 2015 we hosted our first DevSecCon conference in London. It was so successful that now, in 2017, DevSecCon takes place in four locations across the globe. It’s the world’s only conference dedicated to DevSecOps – the practice of building security into development processes. Our conferences and training courses are packed with inspiring presentations by industry experts and networking opportunities, making it an invaluable event for anyone working in Development, DevOps and Security.
We’ve asked our conference attendees to describe DevSecOps in their own words, watch the video to hear what they have to say…
IT security has never been more important – and if there’s one thing we all know, it’s that it will only get more critical, not less. But with business pressures demanding quick release cycles for new software, security is too often managed as an afterthought, compressed into a reduced timeframe and vastly compromised as a result. But you shouldn’t have to sacrifice security for speed of delivery…
DevSecOps is a new approach that has the intense collaboration of DevOps and Security at its heart. Together these two core competencies can find ways to build security into development continuously, without impacting critical deadlines and delaying release cycles.
DevSecCon is a platform for leading experts and practitioners to showcase their DevSecOps ideas in thought-provoking talks and workshops. Attendees learn how to implement security as code in the development process, ensure secure continuous delivery, automate and monitor security processes and create an inclusive and collaborative culture between DevOps and Security.
Cutting edge practitioners and leading figures from the DevOps, Security and DevSecOps industry
In the overall development process, from the supply chain to the customer experience
Get inspired – radically rethink your approach to secure development and delivery
Meet the DevSecOps community over complimentary breakfast, lunch and networking drinks
They are hands-on and full of practical take aways that can be implemented immediately
You can decide which talk or workshop sessions are most relevant to you
Connect with the companies that pioneer DevSecOps in the exhibitor area
DevSecCon is a series of conferences and training courses dedicated to DevSecOps. Our aim is to provide a source of inspiration, education and networking opportunities. Our events are packed with top advice from new and seasoned speakers and currently run in Singapore, Tel Aviv, Boston and London.
DevSecCon is for anybody who wants to challenge the status quo in their organisation and change their approach to secure development and delivery. To name just a few: DevOps Team Leads, Security professionals, Agile practitioners, Developers, Product innovation Managers, Pentesters, DevSecOps Team Leads, Head of Platforms, Sysadmins, Cloud Security Strategists, Architects, Engineers, Analysts, CTOs, CISOs, IT Managers, Consultants, Directors, Application Security Experts, Project Managers, …
DevSecCon is brought to you by our amazing volunteers (see below FAQ’s) and a core team of DevSecOps enthusiasts:
DevSecCon Founder, Director DevSecCon Global
Communications & Creative Director DevSecCon Limited UK
If you have any questions, please get in touch with the team on email@example.com.
We aim to record at least 25% of the sessions at our conferences – you can find previous session recordings here.
You can showcase your solutions and technologies to decision makers, influencers and users at all levels of IT Security, DevOps and Development as a DevSecCon sponsor. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out about sponsoring opportunities.
A big thank you to our volunteers without whom DevSecCon would not be possible!
From left to right: William Thiam, Paul Dubourg, Jacek Gruzewski, Francois Raynaud and Lisa Raynaud. Not in the picture: Stephen Sadowski, Gwilym Lewis, Madhu Akula.
From left to right: Craig Aitchison, Francois Raynaud, Lisa Raynaud, Zita Köhler, Istvan Benedek, Lysbeth Davis, Rob Davis and our two lovely Skills Matter receptionists.