DevSecCon is a community consisting of conferences and events dedicated to the bleeding edge of secure development. We aim to provide a source of inspiration, education, and networking opportunities. Our events are packed with top advice from new and seasoned speakers alike and run worldwide.
About the DevSecCon community
A safe and inclusive space for developers, operations, and security practitioners of all levels to make friends and improve their craft.
We bring together the brightest minds in DevSecOps to learn, discuss, and build the future of developer security.
The industry challenge
IT security has never been more critical. But with businesses demanding quick software release cycles, security is too often an afterthought, compressed into a reduced timeframe, with disastrous consequences. But with a DevSecOps approach, you don't need to sacrifice security for speed.
A new perspective
DevSecOps is a new discipline that merges development, operations, and security via intense collaboration, tooling, and techniques. Together, these three core competencies can continuously build security into the development lifecycle without impacting critical deadlines and delaying release cycles.
Security and community
DevSecCon is the community for developers, operations, and security practitioners that care about their craft and want to find ways to build secure software better. Community members learn how to implement security in the development process, ensure secure continuous delivery, automate and monitor security processes and create an inclusive and collaborative culture between DevOps and security.
Content from the community
Checkout out these podcast episodes, blog posts, and event videos from the community.
From the blog
10 Books Every DevSecOps Enthusiast Must Read
Mohammed A. Imran
From the blog
A Quick Introduction to Software Bill of Materials and CycloneDX – SecAdvent Day 7
The Secure Developer
Ep. #103 Containers, Processes, and the Future of Security with Liz Rice
Angular and the OWASP top 10
Philippe De Ryck
We are always looking for curious minds sharing their knowledge with the DevSecOps community. Apply as a speaker and position yourself in front of our awesome community.